Legge di stabilità: niente più tagli all’Irpef Detrazioni e deduzioni scenderanno nel 2013
Niente più taglio delle prime due aliquote Irpef e destinazione dei risparmi alla sterilizzazione della aliquota intermedia dell’Iva, quella del 10%, e a detrazioni a favore del lavoro. E’ questa l’intesa raggiunta nel corso dell’incontro a Montecitorio tra il ministro dell’Economia, Vittorio Grilli, e i relatori alla legge di Stabilità, Renato Brunetta (Pdl) e Pier Paolo Paretta (Pd).
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No more cutting of the first two personal income tax rates and allocation of savings to the sterilization of the intermediate rate of VAT, that of 10%, and deductions in favor of labor. And ‘This is the agreement reached during the meeting of Deputies between Economy Minister Vittorio Grilli, and speakers to the law of stability, Renato Brunetta (PDL) and Pier Paolo Paretta (Pd).
The meeting was also attended by the speaker at the Annual Amedeo Ceccanti, UDC. Agreement also stop on the retroactivity of new rules for deductions and income tax deductions. Roof and grace “the government reserves the right answers,” reported Baretta and Brunetta, who still considered “positive” outcome of the meeting.
“The government has agreed to use the money cut personal income tax to reduce the tax wedge and sterilize the VAT to 10%,” said Baretta. “In order – said the speaker in the bill of stability – first you will avoid the VAT increase and then redistribuiranno residual resources from the non-cutting rates to labor costs, preferring to 2013 employees, and in 2014, once evaluated the available resources, even businesses. ”