Plan to end small taxes (and a big one) in France

From ‘exit tax’  to taxe d’habitation - latest announcements

The public accounts minister says he wants to ‘remove France’s little taxes, bit by bit’.

Gérald Darmanin will be asking the Prime Minister to allocate at least €200million in the 2019 budget to start axeing numerous small levies, such as a flour tax paid by millers that brings in around €58m/year, he told France Info. The government has ...

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