The flat tax that makes people argue
The last, in order of time, to be critical of the flat tax was the president of Confindustria, Carlo Bonomi, who during his speech at the assembly of industrialists of the province of Varese on 4 October, his first public appearance after the electoral outcome, he said that in the situation in which Italy finds itself “we cannot afford imaginative flat taxes on Irpef”.
The response of the senator of Fratelli d’Italia and head of the party’s electoral program, Giovanbattista Fazzolari, was taking a position: «the program of the center-right on the flat tax is very precise – said the senator -. We foresee, as we will, one flat tax on incremental income and to bring the flat tax to 100 thousand for the self-employed from the current 65,000. This is what is written in the program, there is no more written and certainly with the first budget law there will be no more ».
The incremental flat tax is in fact in the electoral program of Fratelli d’Italia and was then extended to the entire program of the center-right, corner, at least in the election campaign proposal, the flat tax at 15% dear to Matteo Salvini and the 23% proposed by Silvio Berlusconi.
But what are the differences?
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