Jean Castex confirms the removal of the tax lodging for all in 2023 - The Point

Prime minister Jean Castex said on Friday 17 July 2020, for the time being, the timetable for the abolition of the housing tax for the richest 20 per cent, due

Jean Castex confirms the removal of the tax lodging for all in 2023 - The Point

Prime minister Jean Castex said on Friday 17 July 2020, for the time being, the timetable for the abolition of the housing tax for the richest 20 per cent, due in 2023, was " maintained ". "We're going to continue on the same pace. Therefore, the removal of the housing tax according to the schedule (planned) will be maintained, " said on France 2 on the head of the government, while Emmanuel Macron had referred to the July 14 a possible postponement. "We do not believe that the use of the gun tax is a good tool to manage the crisis, that raising taxes is a good formula ", has justified the new tenant of Matignon.

referring to the idea of " move a little, for the more fortunate of us the removal of the housing tax ", during his interview of 14 July, the president of the Republic had thrown the disorder on a reform defended for three years by the executive as one of the axes of its action in favour of purchasing power.

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successive Deferrals

Initially expected to be limited to 80 % of households less well-off, the removal of the tax had been extended to all households after a call to order of the constitutional Council. It should therefore be phased out for the 80 % least well-off, between 2018 and this year, and in 2021 for all households, i.e. an effort of about 17 billion euros for public finances. But this first schedule had taken a hit, with the report to 2023 for the total suppression for the wealthy, or those whose income is greater than about 2 300 euros for a single person, in the wake of the movement of the yellow Vests.

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Updated Date: 17 July 2020, 15:33

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