The environmental penalty for polluting vehicles will increase sharply in 2020

The Environmental Penalty for Polluting Vehicles will Increase Sharply in 2020

Motorists who want to buy a new vehicle will have to pay attention to its carbon footprint. From January 1st, 2020, the ecological penalty will increase strongly. If you want to change your vehicle soon, you will have to (if it is not already) pay close attention to the CO2 emissions it generates. From January 1st, 2020, the […]

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Tax at source has collected 2 billion euros more

Tax at Source has Collected 2 Billion Euros More

Minister of Public Accounts Gérald Darmanin says the state has raised an additional € 2 billion in income taxes this year. The introduction of tax withholding tax has allowed the state to collect an additional € 2 billion this year, said Wednesday 25th September 2019 the Minister of Public Accounts, Gerald Darmanin. “We recovered 1 billion more than we had planned, that […]

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Seventeen "small" taxes will disappear by 2021, announced Bercy

Seventeen “Small” Taxes will Disappear by 2021

BUDGET: These taxes are judged to be low yield They concern driving licenses, vaping products or food trucks and will soon no longer exist. Seventeen taxes deemed low yield will disappear by 2021, said Wednesday the Ministry of Economy and Finance, confirming information Le Figaro. In detail, 13 taxes will disappear next year and four more in 2021. Less than 100 million […]

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Duty Free could return with a No deal Brexit

In a No Deal Brexit, Duty Free will Return to the United Kingdom

Travellers from the United Kingdom to the European Union could again buy alcohol and tobacco without paying taxes in the country in a No Deal Brexit In the scenario of a No deal Brexit, people who will travel from the United Kingdom to the countries of the European Union will benefit from duty free, which would make its return, […]

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Donald Trump at the White House on July 31, 2019.

Donald Trump Raises Trade Dispute with China

The US president announced on Twitter Thursday 1st August 2019 that his administration would impose additional tariffs on imports from China. Donald Trump again on Thursday 1st August 2019 fomented the trade war against Beijing, announcing its intention to extend additional tariffs to all imports from China, causing market amazement, worried about the impact on the market and […]

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Donald Trump threatens to tax French wine in retaliation for GAFA tax

Donald Trump Threatens to Tax French Wine in Retaliation for GAFA Tax

Donald Trump denounced “stupidity” Emmanuel Macron and threatens to tax French wine in retaliation for the GAFA tax on the digital giants. Donald Trump stepped in on Friday 26th  July 2019 against France and its tax on the US digital giants denouncing “the stupidity” of President Emmanuel Macron and threatening to retaliate the French wine, one of the […]

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GAFA tax "à la française" in the process of being adopted, the United States launch an investigation

GAFA Tax “à la Française” in the Process of Being Adopted, the United States Launch an Investigation

The “GAFA” tax, on the digital giants, must be definitively adopted by Parliament. At the same time, the United States is launching an investigation into the effects of this tax. The Parliament should adopt definitively Thursday 11th July 2019, for a final Senate vote for right-wing majority, the introduction of a tax on “Gafa”, making France one of the first […]

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The French Ministry of Finance has received more than 11 million euros from Apple. -

Apple Pays More than 11 Million Euros to French Tax Authorities

TAXATION: The taxation of US internet giants, such as Apple is a recurring issue of conflict between these companies and the French State Apple goes to checkout. The group paid 11.94 million euros to the French tax authorities, in addition to another payment of 576 million euros already made public last February, according to information from the Express / Expansion confirmed from […]

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Prime Minister Edouard Philippe on June 12, 2019 at the National Assembly.

Tax cuts, PMAs, Unemployment, Retirement: What to Remember from Edouard Philippe’s Speech

The Prime Minister was speaking to the Assembly on Wednesday 12th June 2019 for his second general policy speech, which is to launch the works of Act II of the government “For two years now we have been governing and there is always urgency,” said Edouard Philippe in the preamble of his second policy statement on Wednesday, […]

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The National Assembly is examining the mobility bill

Bike, carpool, 80 km/h … the Assembly is Examining the Mobility Bill

MPs begin the review of the draft mobility Bill, which includes a package for greener commuting and taxation of air transport. The National Assembly seizes Monday, June 3, 2019 the sprawling text of law on mobility, which promises jousting around the easing of 80 km/h speed limit and taxation of air transport. Already passed in the Senate at […]

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