Just like the economy, taxation is one of the pillars of a State, whatever it is. To do this, the different orientations in this area are of the utmost importance. This is the reason for which taxation has a place no less significant in the program of candidates for the presidential election in France.
The various candidates have their opinions and offer practical solutions for improving the tax system of France, while allowing a certain equality between the rich and the less rich. Regardless of the candidate, the future directions are for the well-being of the State and the population.
Tax the rich and ease the households
For Jean-Luc Mélenchon, it takes more than taxing the rich. He believes that the rich are more likely to participate to raise the economy of the country. For Jean-Luc Mélenchon, the current tax system is unfair and unbalanced. Consequently, he advocated a taxation proportional to income and wealth of taxpayers.
The candidate of the extreme right Marine Maréchal Le Pen is part of a similar logic, but the opposite. She advocates, in effect, reduce the taxes of households. To accompany this measure and replenish the coffers of the French State, it promises to combat tax evasion and to simplify the administrative burden for TPE-PME.
Fight tax Fraud
For the candidate of the PS, Benoît Hamon, it is necessary to fight against tax fraud to enable the State to recover hundreds of millions of euros that pass through the mesh every year. For him, taxation should be more firm and more to even breathe the transparency.
As you can see, the presidential candidates pay particular attention to the taxation in their program.
They call in their whole :
- Lower the taxes of the homes of low-income
- Raising taxes on the richest
- The fight against tax fraud and tax evasion
- Reduce the tax burden