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after the election in Saxony-Anhalt: Laschet has to use the tailwind from Magdeburg for itself
Video: Saxony-Anhalt relies on continuity - tailwind for federal CDU (AFP) Reiner Hazeloffs Fulminant CDU victory also uses Chancellor's Candidate Armin Lashing. Both show unity. But then Markus Söder comes. © Photo: DPA / Michael Kappeler of the CDU Federal Chairman Armin Lashet. Angela Merkel is pleased carefree. A "overwhelming victory" had retracted the CDU in Saxony-Anhalt, praises Chancellor in the CDU Bureau. Strong words for the otherwise sober. But when, if not now? 37.1 percent for th
Berlin. The Embassy of the bosses of CDU and CSU is well received by companies in the country: the taxes should be down. The SPD chancellor candidate Olaf Scholz, however, sets another focus.
The Union has placed companies in the event of a victory in the federal election comprehensive tax relief. "The better the company goes, the more the state will have for its state tasks," said Kanzlerkandidat Armin Laschet on Friday at the "Day of the German Family Business" in Berlin. The CDU boss told with a view to receivables of the Greens and the SPD after an asset tax, it goes for a fundamental dispute. SPD chancellor candidate OLAF Scholz spoke, especially for significantly more pace when expanding the infrastructure and the eco flow. "Germany has to become faster," he said.
Does the Business Council REALLY want companies to pay 15% tax? It would be a shock to many of its members
The Business Council claims moves to ensure global companies pay at least 15% tax justify a cut in company taxes. If only they actually paid that muchStraight out of the blocks was Jennifer Westacott of the Business Council (BCA), complaining “at double our 30% rate, a global minimum of 15% leaves Australia severely exposed in its ability to attract global capital.” She added that if the government wouldn’t cut company tax rates, it could at least have the decency to give business “a workplace relations system that creates jobs”, as opposed, presumably, to the current one which hasn’t generated any employment since the pandemic.
Lashet said, during the Corona crisis, the state has secured liquidity in companies through help. "It would be precisely absurd to remove this liquidity now after the crisis through tax increases." The tax burden of companies in Germany must be capped at most 25 percent. Lashing also spoke out to significantly improve the tax loss statement and facilitate depreciation.
business associations demand for a long time, taxes and charges. Currently, the tax burden of companies, according to the foundation family business, is around 30 percent.
CSU Chief Markus Söder spoke to abolish the EEG surcharge to promote the eco flow, reduce electricity tax and reduce the solos for all. The company taxes would have to be down to 25 percent.
Why the G7 move on company tax is a good thing for Australia … but not in the way you might think
The G7 has agreed on a landmark company tax rate for international businesses, and Australia may reap some unexpected rewards.Finance ministers from the world’s richest seven nations, the G7, have agreed that businesses should pay a minimum company tax rate of “at least” 15% — and do so in each country in which they operate.
Minister of Finance Scholz referred to the tax policy on a modernization of corporation tax and a global minimum tax, which recently agreed the G7 states. "This step sets the tax competition down a border." Straight family business would benefit from it. "This is world politics for SMEs." Scholz clearly made it clear to his plans to build more in the event of a victorious victory in order to improve the financial strength of the countries.
In his speech, Scholz continued to focus on climate protection. Planning and approval procedures would have to be much faster. The construction of the loading network for electric cars must be accelerated, as well as the construction of a hydrogen infrastructure. However, when expanding the renewable energies, there is resistance from the coalition partner, said Scholz with a view of the Union. "Now it decides whether we will be a strong climatic industrialization," he said. "Because if we do not handle this task in the next few years, we miss our chance."
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'Historic' deal reached on how to stop tech giants avoiding tax .
The G7 has agreed a deal on tackling corporate tax avoidance by big tech companies. © Reuters Rich nations have struggled for years to agree a way to raise more revenue from large multinationals "It's a proud moment," said Chancellor Rishi Sunak as G7 finance ministers committed to a global minimum tax of at least 15%.Speaking after two days of talks in London, Mr Sunak said the deal "meant the right companies pay the right tax in the right places".