former finance minister christopher montoro He has advocated for “selective” tax cuts to help offset the reduction in the purchasing power of the most vulnerable social sectors due to inflation.
less than 40,000 euros
Montoro points to the need for “tax aid” to improve the purchasing power of wages below 40,000 Euro gross per yearAs well as pension.
He has assured that “reducing taxes is not necessary to stimulate demand” but at such times the place in tax policy to correct the effects of inflation is, as he has emphasized, in tax collections. historical heights,
Likewise, he has been “skeptical” about a possible settlement. rentAs it has been pointed out that in Spain it has been tried on several occasions and has never been achieved.
It has been asked how an income settlement can be done which means a moderation benefits There is a contrasting situation in different economic sectors.
Medina has said that the present is “one of the most complex moments” and defined the decade as the most relevant in many years. Spain,
He has defended the role of Government In the past two and a half years “they have tackled the most complex agenda of this country.”
Montoro advocates for “selective” tax cuts to correct inflation