Murcia joins Madrid and announces the abolition of the wealth tax
President of the Society, Fernando Lopez MirasThis was announced on Wednesday Abolition of wealth tax in the Murcia region in 2023, according to regional executive sources in a statement. Thus, he explained that “we removed it because This is an anachronistic taxbecause None of our surrounding countries existBecause it is favorable to reestablishing the tax, because the increase in collections in the coming years allows us to do so, and because Removing them will attract new rentsWhich will also increase the revenue.”
López Miras announced the decision during the opening of the Congress of Business Managers in Murcia ‘CEO Congress 2022’, before Cepyme president, Gerardo Cuerva. During his speech, the Mercian leader emphasized that the suppression of the property tax is also due to the fact that “the region of Murcia is the leader in exports in Spain and in the recovery of GDP before the epidemic and we have to compete from it. The best in front of you without complexes and without anyone limiting us.”
“If our professionals do not have complexes when they leave the region of Murcia, neither do they have institutions”, he claimed, “We cannot be condemned to raise or maintain taxes on the basis that we are the worst financed community. Precisely. To reform the regional financing system and This should be the reason to stop abusing the region since 2009.” For this reason, they have called for “adherence to the Constitution Treat all Spaniards equally And they are all provided with the same resources.”
In addition, the president is advanced in that Community Budget Bill for 2023 which will be approved by the Governing Council in the coming days “we will not increase any regional tax”, and we will “on a moderate and fair economic policy, to the families and thousands of workers in the region, especially the lower classes and stockings”
To eliminate the heritage tax, the deflation of the regional division of the personal income tax for incomes below 60,000 euros will be added to next year’s accounts, “which will help sustain consumption,” López Miras emphasized. Similarly, “We will continue to reduce the rates of that regional segment of IRPFAccording to the calendar we set in 2018″.
In order to maintain this tax reduction policy in the face of possible tax consolidation imposed by the central government, the head of the regional executive has vowed that “we will fight with all legal means at our disposal. So that the fiscal autonomy recognized by our legal system is not neglected“. Among the tax measures that the Community wants to preserve is the “exemption up to the third degree of inheritance and donation tax”, in which The region of Murcia is a pioneer in Spain.
“Money is better in the pockets of citizens and companies and the statistics show it,” said López Miras, “between 2018 and 2021, the net tax collection in state taxes is linked to the cycle. The highest collector, the region of Murcia, increased by 27.2%, while in the whole country it increased by three Less than a fold, up 7.9%”.
“Obstacle Course” for SMEs and Freelancers
Regarding the current economic situation, López Miras regretted that the professional and self-employed in the region and throughout Spain “They’re getting in the way of their daily lives.” Because of “inflation and unaffordable energy prices”. To improve their situation, he “stressed the importance of paving the way for them, because they are the ones who change the dynamics of the economy and create jobs.”
In this sense, the head of the regional executive regrets that “they are keeping Fraud and criminalize traders, entrepreneurs and the self-employedPrecisely those who want to pull the car out of the recession they think we’re headed for. , security and certainty”. , because “I don’t know of any country where companies are not doing well”.
In his speech, López Miras expressed doubts about the distribution of European recovery funds, saying “the promised land with the next generation fund is becoming a dystopia for Spanish companies.” For the president of the region of Murcia, these goods “are not released at a good speed and do not reach most of the manufacturing fabric-making SMEs.” For this reason, López Miras warns that the initiative “risks ending up as a historic missed opportunity.”
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