The Board continues to lower taxes: the Law of Ceded Taxes will save 329 million to Andalusians

The Andalusian Government continues to bet on tax cuts. The counselor of the Presidency, Public Administration and Interior and spokesman for the Board, Elías Bendodo (PP), has emphasized this Monday the “revolution” that the future will mean for the community Law of Ceded Taxes of Andalusia, which this week will be submitted to the final debate before the Plenary of the Parliament and that will mean a savings of 329 million euros for four million Andalusians.

Bendodo has affected that lowering taxes favors the employment creation and affects the improvement of public services. The Andalusian spokesman counselor has given several examples of how the Law of Ceded Taxes of Andalusia is going to affect the pocket of Andalusians: a person who sells his apartment for 150,000 euros, is going to save 3,000 euros in taxes, since he previously paid 12,000 and, with this new law, it will pay 9,000.

In addition, with this future norm, the popular has added that a large family that buys one living place in Andalusia for 250,000 euros, you will save more than 11,000 euros in the property transfer taxWhile a family that has a child, adopts or takes him in, residing in a municipality with a depopulation problem will have a tax deduction of 400 euros.

During his participation in the inauguration ceremony of an intelligent operating room in the Regional University Hospital of MalagaBendodo wanted to make it clear that public health and education can be improved by lowering taxes, because “more is collected and more can be invested” in these two policies.

“With the tax reduction it has been shown that more is collected and more can be invested”, insisted the counselor, for whom the future Law of Ceded Taxes of Andalusia will mean a “revolution»From which four million Andalusians will benefit, with a total saving of 329 million euros.

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