Solidarity surcharge: Altmaier wants to bring the Soli-reduction to 2020

Solidarity surcharge: Altmaier wants to bring the Soli-reduction to 2020

       Solidarity surcharge Altmaier wants to prefer the Soli-degradation 2020 The Federal Minister of Economics calls for the complete abolition of the solidarity surcharge 2020. He is again on a confrontational course to Scholz. Share article by: Share article by: Federal Minister of Economics Peter Altmaier insists on a complete dismantling of the solidarity surcharge and would like to exempt all citizens and companies already 2020. He proposed a tax allowance to allow all taxpayers to benefit from a gradual soli-abolition, said the CDU politician of the “Rheinische Post”. Altmaier is on the solos on a confrontation to plans by Finance Minister Olaf Scholz (SPD), which has already decided, however, the Cabinet. According to this, the solos for 90 percent of taxpayers will be canceled, another 6.5 percent should pay him off 2021 only partially – the higher the income, the more. Altmaier had presented in August a counter-proposal to the Scholz concept, with the solos gradually degraded and until 2026 complete phased out. Start should therefore be 2021, but now he wants to start already 2020. The Minister had expressed constitutional concerns over the Scholz draft and hopes for changes in the parliamentary process. The SPD, however, is against the Union demand for a complete soli-abolition. Now on wiwo.de You want to know what drives the economy? Click here for the latest articles of WirtschaftsWoche. Share article by: Share article by: © Handelsblatt GmbH – All rights reserved. Acquire usage rights?          Services offered by our partners       
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