The elimination of joint taxation would especially punish retirees and divorced women

Maria Cuesta




The elimination of bonus for joint declaration that the Government has raised in Brussels, and that raised a strong dust in the final stretch of the Madrid electoral campaign that led the Ministry of Finance to rectify at the last minute, would have two particularly affected groups: pensioners and divorced women with children in charge. Both, in addition, far from the ‘rich’ paradigm that the Government has used as an argument to defend other increases in tax figures.

The employment rate among women increases as their age decreases, which implies that in the majority of young marriages or couples, each member presents their individual declaration. But the situation is just the opposite

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