Giovedì, 20 Settembre 2018

IMU house tax must be more progressive to be fair, EU says


Brussels, January 8 - The property tax known as IMU
introduced by the technocrat government of outgoing premier
Mario Monti to help mitigate Italy's debt crisis needs to be
made more progressive if it is to enact a fairer redistribution
of wealth, according to the Employment and Social Developments
in Europe 2012 report.
The old ICI property levy, abolished on first homes by the
former government of Silvio Berlusconi, did not affect
inequality and slightly increased poverty, the report added.
Berlusconi has vowed to scrap the highly unpopular IMU if
he wins next month's general election.
Other parties, including the poll-leading centre-left
Democratic Party and a centrist bloc led by Monti, have promised
to ease it.

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