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Liberal tax adjustment committee without objection to income tax reduction measures for single parents

2019-11-27T09:59:45.951Z

The subcommittee of the Liberal Democratic Party Tax Examination Committee is different about measures to reduce income tax for unmarried single parents, one of the focus of the tax reform next year ...



No objection to income tax reduction measures for unmarried single parents Liberal Tax Subcommittee November 27, 18:54

The subcommittee of the Liberal Democratic Party Tax Examination Committee has no objection to the income tax reduction measures for single parents who are not yet married, which is one of the focus of the tax reform next year. It was.

A subcommittee of the Liberal Democratic Party's tax examination committee held on the 27th, in the tax reform of the next year, unmarried single parents receiving child support allowances were died or divorced from their spouses from the perspective of child poverty measures. A proposal was made to take new measures to reduce the income tax equivalent to a single parent.

On the other hand, the attendees agreed that “they should be treated equally from the perspective of children while taking into account the traditional view of the family,” and so on. , We will proceed with the final adjustment with Komeito.

In addition, the subcommittee pointed out that tax incentives to create an environment in which the company's internal reserves can be used for investment are "it is necessary to clarify the purpose of investment and increase its effectiveness." We are urgently considering the specific system design.

Confederation of Liberal women

On the other hand, an assembly made up of women members of the Liberal Democratic Party meets with the secretary of chief at the prime minister's office, and a single parent who has died or divorced from a spouse regardless of whether or not an unmarried single parent is receiving child support. Like parents, they asked for a “widows deduction” that would reduce income tax and resident tax.

After this, Acting Secretary-General Inada, co-representative of the Federation of Parliamentarians, “I should support single mothers and single fathers without making a difference, and should not restrict households receiving child support allowances. It's not a matter of traditional family conditions. "

Source: nhk

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