The tax reform starts. The Minister of Finance, María Jesús Montero, announced today the name of the 17 experts of the group for tax reform, who in one year must deliver their conclusions, on February 28 of next year. But Montero has announced that he wants to accelerate certain measures so that they come into force already in January 2022, with the General Budgets. Among the measures announced by Montero that he wants to enter next year are the harmonization of “Heritage, Successions and Donations” especially in those regions “that they have emptied of content»In reference to Madrid.
Montero has also indicated that he wants to accelerate the rise of Companies, in consensus with the international community after the statements in this regard by the Biden Administration. But the minister has stressed that he does not resign to upload it on your own While there is an agreement as it has done with the Google rate.
In the words of the minister, the objective of the reform is to close the collection gap with Europe throughout the legislature, between 7 and 8 points of GDP, that is, more than 80,000 additional million. Another goal is for communities to solve their “under-financing”, while recalling the 16,000 million Covid fund to the regions in 2020 and 13,000 in 2021.
When asked about the elections in Madrid, the Government spokesperson pointed out that the president of the Community of Madrid, Isabel Díaz Ayuso, “is scared all the time.”
Montero, in any case, has made what is approved subject to the “verdict of the experts.”
The group of experts will be chaired by the professor of the Rey Juan Carlos University, Jesús Ruiz-Huerta. The other names that make it up are Fran Adame (professor at the University of Seville), Antonia Agulló (professor at the Pompeu Fabra University), Olga Cantó (professor at the University of Alcalá de Henares), Laura de Pablos (professor of Economics Applied University of the Complutense University), Santiago Díaz de Sarralde (Professor of Applied Economics at the Rey Juan Carlos University), Xavier Labandeira (Professor of Economics at the University of Vigo), Santiago Lago (Professor of Applied Economics at the University of Vigo ), Guillem López Casasnovas (Professor of Economics at the Pompeu Fabra University), Julio López Laborda (Professor of Public Economics at the University of Zaragoza), David López Rodríguez (Senior Economist in the Structural Analysis Division of the Bank of Spain), Carlos Monasterio (professor of Public Finance at the University of Oviedo), Saturnina Moreno (professor of Financial and Tax Law at the University of Castilla la Mancha), Violeta Ruiz-Almendral (Professor of Financial and Tax Law at the Carlos III University of Madrid), Maria Teresa Soler (Emeritus Professor of Financial and Tax Law at the University of Alicante) and Marta Villar (Professor of Financial Law and Tax of the CEU San Pablo University). The secretary of the group of ‘wise men’ will be the director of the Institute for Fiscal Studies, Alain Cuenca.