Residents of Rheinau, Switzerland, plan to introduce a basic income system that pays residents $2,500 a month...for doing nothing! How do they expect that to work? The decision comes two years after a proposal for a nationwide unconditional state stipend in Switzerland failed to pass in a national vote. The plan ensures participants will receive a basic monthly income based on their age, ranging from $640 per month for under 18 year-olds to $2,500 per month for those over age 25. Spain and Canada have tried similar plans before. Hear the conversation we had this morning on Van and Bonnie.