CSU secretary-general would like to relieve companies and citizens

(GermanPolicy.com) – Secretary-general of the CSU Markus Blume has announced “substantial tax relief” for the economy and citizens should the next federal government be led by the Union. This is the only way that Germany can get out of the Corona crisis with momentum. “We want to bring the tax burden on companies towards 25 percent and cap social security contributions at the mark of 40 percent,” said Blume.

The CDU-CSU wants to abolish the solidarity surcharge and, in connection with that, provide lower and middle incomes with lesser taxation. “If I add everything up, from the relief in electricity costs and childcare costs to the commuter allowance and tax breaks, then a family of four can definitely count on 1,000 Euros in relief per year,” Blume said.

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