In an article published in La Tribune, Sylvain Gilbert, Taxation Partner at Raymond Chabot Grant Thornton, analyzes the impacts on households of the recent austerity measures announced by the Government. In his opinion, “it will be difficult to proceed with reengineering of the State (…) without creating a public outcry”. However, he considers that the Government must make its priority to target structures, not services, and favour indirect taxes instead of taxes.
To learn more, see the November 16 article: “Austérité budgétaire : les ménages sensibles aux contrecoups” (Budget austerity: households sensitive to aftershocks)
25 Nov 2014 | Written by :