To pay taxes from the 1st euro gained on the menu the big debate

And if everyone was paying taxes on his income, from the first euro earned? The idea is not new but it is experiencing a second youth on the occasion of the pre

To pay taxes from the 1st euro gained on the menu the big debate

And if everyone was paying taxes on his income, from the first euro earned? The idea is not new but it is experiencing a second youth on the occasion of the preparation of the national debate that has decided to launch the executive following the revolt of the "yellow vests" and the problem of consent to the tax that it has raised. "It is a debate that is very interesting, has recognized Olivier Dussopt, the secretary of State in charge of public Service, on RMC. I think that it will be opened in the context of the great debate." A national debate and decentralized, proposed by Emmanuel Macron at the beginning of December, which should begin in mid-January and last until the beginning of march.

The mp Bénédicte Peyrol, responsible for the group LaREM to the finance committee of the Assembly, had expressed this idea in mid-December in an interview with the Paris which had made a great noise. For the secretary of State, echoing the words of the young woman of the Allier, such a reform would "contribute to the restoration of the direct link between being a taxpayer and the fact of being a citizen". This subject, in any case, "interested in the French" which, he recalls, "who already pay the tax not from the first euro of income, but from the first euro spent, especially with the VAT". In truth, all the income is subject to CSG from the first euro - only retirees showing an income tax of less than 11.018 euros are exempt.

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"It is a beautiful public debate and I hope that it will prosper and that it may also help to think about what is the link between all the French and the State", underlined Olivier Dussopt, who said that he does "not say" to the extent that it would tax the French from the first euro of income.

Updated Date: 04 January 2019, 00:00

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