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The house is now in danger: the International Monetary Fund plans to tax it

How to help countries that have been severely weakened by the economic crisis caused by the corona virus emergency? Increase taxes for more owners, including the home: This is the proposed plan International Monetary Fund (IMF), for a change, is also focusing its views on private property.

According to the International Monetary Fund, the spread of SARS-Cove 2 has worsened the epidemic Inequalities Income between different categories. “The epidemic strengthens the vicious circle of inequality“, We read in an analysis of the current International Monetary Fund in one chapter Financial monitoring. “Global estimates show that 95 million people will be living in extreme poverty by 2020, compared to pre-Govt-19 estimates.“So the need for different governments”Funding additional social spending will increase tax revenue“.

Governments need to provide emergency funding in the short term for the health sector and education, including the vaccination campaign“, Emphasizes the International Monetary Fund Tax, To find the money needed and reduce inequalities. Again, the house must become a source. “Experience of past epidemics“, The International Monetary Fund begins (what other epidemics ?, spontaneous question), “Stocks are high. Firm action to ensure the necessary services and promote inclusive growth will help counter this trend and build social cohesion.”“.

Among the taxes that can be increased, the International Monetary Fund, in fact, proposes Taxation on the house And so on. Not only that. There is also talk of tax base increases and interventions on progressive and higher incomes. Beyond that, the elimination of portions of capital income that avoid taxation. All of this to promote redistribution policies.

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The new Emu is divided into 7 and how it will change

As for private property, there is a draft to date A new legal order It will introduce new features from next 2022 onwards. It is split into a new IMU Seven types: Main house, rural buildings, commodities, warehouses, agricultural land, building blocks and other property.

A solution designed to simplify many things Municipal rates Create a compiled model before simplifying operations. In each category, the ratio produced by the tailor is identified, taking into account possible differences (example: cultivated and uncultivated agricultural land).