Why France is surprisingly tax-friendly for individuals

Why is France is surprisingly tax-friendly for individuals? Robert Kent of Kentingtons explains.
Why is France is surprisingly tax-friendly for individuals? Robert Kent of Kentingtons explains.

Robert Kent of Kentingtons explains why France is more tax-friendly for individuals.

If you want to measure the cost of something, there is no higher price than human life. Many have lost people dear to them during the coronavirus pandemic. Even those who recovered have endured suffering and continue with ongoing health consequences.

President Macron, in his speech on June 14, addressed a secondary concern looming in people’s minds: the economic consequences. The government has spent more than half a trillion euros keeping the country going during this crisis. People are concerned about future tax bills, but Mr Macron said: “We will not finance these ...

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