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That will change for consumers in 2023: Everything will be more expensive in the new year

2022-11-28T18:27:20.530Z

That will change for consumers in 2023: Everything will be more expensive in the new year Created: 11/28/2022, 7:18 p.m By: Anna Maureen Bremer 2023 will be a tough year - at least financially. Manufacturers and suppliers from a wide variety of industries are increasing prices significantly.  Anyone who, in view of rising prices, does not know exactly how to put Christmas presents under the tr



That will change for consumers in 2023: Everything will be more expensive in the new year

Created: 11/28/2022, 7:18 p.m

By: Anna Maureen Bremer

2023 will be a tough year - at least financially.

Manufacturers and suppliers from a wide variety of industries are increasing prices significantly. 

Anyone who, in view of rising prices, does not know exactly how to put Christmas presents under the tree this year should not even think about the coming year.

Because then further changes and price increases will come to consumers.

echo24.de

puts together a less than pleasant overview.

More costs and less money on the payslip: 2023 will be expensive

Heating has somehow become a luxury this winter.

With gas prices rising, many people are considering whether a warmer sweater might do the trick.

When shopping, people are increasingly learning to be humble, as food prices have risen by up to 80 percent.

In addition, manufacturers are secretly

increasing some prices

: same pack size, but less content.

This practice is particularly common with chips.

Well then, happy new year?

If you want to toast with sparkling wine, you will soon be able to pay more for it.

"RUHR24" reports that prices are increasing significantly towards the end of the year.

Discounters are also accused of being price drivers in the crisis –

 Kaufland, Lidl and Co. commented on the allegations against

 echo24.de .

An end to inflation is not in sight.

Many people no longer want to hear anything about rising electricity prices.

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Holiday 2023?

Many airlines are increasing the prices and having fun at home costs more

Vacation abroad?

Will no longer be possible for many.

As the ADAC reports, several airlines are increasing their flight prices significantly.

There should be “up to 46 percent price increase compared to 2022”, in a price comparison from 2021 to 2023 the ticket prices of some airlines will even double.

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All this will be more expensive (and probably much more)

Heat

electricity

Food

Netflix

Europapark entry

Smoking

flights

And if you want to escape everyday life at least for a short time and have a good time with family or friends in an amusement park, you have to spend more money for it.

The Europa Park in Rust increases its prices.

Saving foxes will now think: "Then I'll just make myself comfortable on the couch.

Netflix on and good.” Well, guess what: the streaming service also charges higher fees.

It was also a matter of time before there would be changes to Netflix subscriptions.

Accounts are often generously shared among friends, writes “wa.de”.

But they are not intended (and paid for) for that.

Changes in the new year: smoking will be more expensive in 2023

If all of this is very stressful, you might routinely reach for the fags.

But: Maybe it is an approach to really give up smoking for the New Year this time.

Because the tobacco tax will also be raised in Germany in January.

And no, the list doesn't end there.

From 2023, consumers will probably only notice a price increase when they look at their payslip: health insurance contributions will also increase.

In general: Consumers do not have to be informed directly.

Anyone who can now only hope for the aunt should also be told: The Annual Tax Act 2023 will make inheriting more expensive from January.

All that remains is to keep your nerves and perhaps get used to some waste.

Buying more sustainably and throwing away less and maybe thinking about spending time together instead of expensive technology at Christmas.

Source: merkur

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