A few hours before the campaign for the first round of the presidential election ends, Friday, April 8, the question of taxes is raised. What are the candidates’ suggestions regarding taxes or fees?
Presidential candidates talked about taxes. On the right, we promise lower taxes. Valerie Pecres wants to make working from home easier. Marine Le Pen wants to reduce the value-added tax on fuel, gas and electricity. For Eric Zemmour, it is necessary to reduce social fees in order to increase income. CSG reduction is proposed for salaries less than 2000 euros, “Which will allow a salary increase of 105 euros”Candidate details.
Emmanuel Macron pledges to abolish audiovisual licensing fees. Left, Ann Hidalgo would like to define a value-added tax on products that enhance the energy transition. lyanik GadotThe richest should be taxed through the climate wealth tax. “We will make them contribute to public service because even billionaires are hospitalized,” he explains. Wealth tax is also found with Jean-Luc Melenchon and Philippe Bouteau.
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