Creation of a Express voucher and tax cuts and tax cuts so as not to lose jobs in Commerce, IAE reduction, also in Valencia and Castellón, following the model of Alicante, and Reduction of the Real Estate Tax (IBI) for the most disadvantaged classes, in this case in the city of Valencia:
These are the measures that today the PP of the Valencian Community has demanded to cushion the ‘imposed‘ from Pedro Sanchez. It has done so through its regional president, Carlos Mazon, and his secretary general, Maria Jose Catalá, after the meeting with the president of the Spanish Confederation of Commerce, Rafael Torres placeholder image.
Regarding Commerce, Mazón has demanded that the Consell immediately launch a Express voucher for commerce, which encourages the purchase, and a targeted tax cut to maintain employment in the sector.
Mazón has emphasized that the urban, local and city trade «is being one of the most neglected sectors on the part of the socialist governments ”and that has been“ neglected ”, both by the Government chaired by Pedro Sánchez and by the regional Executive led by the also socialist Ximo Puig.
Mazón has criticized that “the measures announced by Sánchez yesterday may not be applied to 70% of the businesses” and has valued that “they are not immediately applicable”, which, in his opinion, “adventure a very cold autumn because it will not be possible to turn on or the heating”
He has insisted that Commerce is a particularly affected sector because the lack of aid from the Government and Consell is joined by the rise in the quota of the self-employed, the rise in electricity and “the lack of European aid”, has said.
Also, he has claimed the lowering of the IAE for Castellón and Valencia in the provincial section, already carried out in the Alicant Provincial Counciland. “While in Alicante they will pay 5% of the (provincial section of) IAE in the rest of the Valencian Community they will pay 30%”, he highlighted.
For her part, the General Secretary of the PPCV and Spokesperson for the Popular Party in the Valencia City Council, María José Catalá, highlighted that the Popular Group in the Valencia City Council has also presented a tax reduction plan that would affect the Real Estate Tax (IBI) by 2022.
The measures proposed by the popular would benefit, as he has stated, all homes and real estate destined for economic activities with IBI tax rate reductions of 20% and 30% for businesses, hotels, self-employed, leisure and SMEs.