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US Federal Government decides to discharge billions for municipalities

12:50  24 june  2020
12:50  24 june  2020 Source:   rp-online.de

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Nearly half of the federal government 's tax revenues come from. A. Social Security payroll taxes. Suppose the government decides to increase taxes by billion and to increase transfer payments by billion . What effect would there be on aggregate demand?

Berlin. The federal government wants to relieve cities and municipalities this year alone of around 14 billion euros in order to strengthen their financial situation in the coronavirus crisis. Among other things, the federal government wants to cover housing costs for Hartz IV recipients.

 Wohn- und Geschäftshäuser in der Duisburger Innenstadt. Archivfoto. © Roland Weihrauch Residential and commercial buildings in Duisburg city center. Archive photo.

According to a government official, the cabinet launched two further projects from the coalition's economic stimulus package on Wednesday. On the one hand, the federal and state governments want to reimburse local authorities for a good 11.8 billion euros, which are likely to break away in trade tax as a result of the virus crisis.

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The federal government allocates grants to state and local governments on the basis of formulas established by law (for block grants and categorical formula grants) or through a competitive process (for project grants). Some formulas are based on historical distributions of grant funds, while others

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On the other hand, the federal government will increase its share in the rental and heating costs of Hartz IV recipients by 25 percentage points to up to 74 percent. The costs are estimated at about 3.4 billion euros in the cabinet decision available to Reuters.

For the higher federal participation in the Hartz IV housing costs, a change in the Basic Law is required, which was also initiated by the cabinet. For the federal government, the projects will result in additional expenditure of around 9.5 billion euros. A good 6.1 billion euros of this is earmarked for the compensation of trade tax losses planned together with the federal states.

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