Regarding the so-called "N-to-N-squared system", which is being called for as a countermeasure against the declining birthrate, Minister of Finance Suzuki once again showed a cautious stance on introducing it, saying that there are various problems such as large profits for high-income earners. I was.

The N-divided-to-the-N system is being debated in the Diet as to whether or not to change the taxation unit of income tax from the current individual to the household, and to reduce the burden of income tax as the number of children increases. .

Regarding this, Minister Suzuki said at a press conference after the Cabinet meeting on the 3rd, ``The so-called N-divided N-squared method divides taxable income according to the number of people in the household, including children, and applies a lower tax rate. , I understand that it is a mechanism that is advantageous for child-rearing households."

On the other hand, in the case of a shift to the N-divided-to-the-N method, single-income households, where one of the spouses works, will have an advantage over dual-income households. % is applied, and the benefits for such groups are limited.

Furthermore, Minister Suzuki reiterated his cautious stance toward the introduction of the "N-divided-N-squared method," stating, "There are various issues, such as giving large tax benefits to high-income earners who are subject to high tax rates." I was.