tax cuts, car penalties… These measures targeting businesses and households

DECRYPTION – Adopted by Parliament on Thursday, the 2021 finance bill contains, in addition to the recovery plan in the face of the coronavirus crisis, a series of fiscal and budgetary measures targeted at businesses and households. Some will have a significant impact.

■ Renewal of emergency measures

Faced with the active resumption of the circulation of the coronavirus since September, the various support systems for companies and employees are extended next year. In particular, 11 billion are mobilized to finance partial activity, 7 billion are devoted to the solidarity fund dedicated to companies in difficulty and one billion is provided for exemptions from social contributions.

■ Lower production taxes

From 2021, production taxes will drop by 10 billion euros (out of a total of more than 70 billion) in order to give a little air to companies, much more taxed on production than their neighbors. The text thus provides for reducing the contribution on the added value of companies (CVAE) by 7 billion euros. In addition, the property tax on built properties (TFPB) and the business property contribution (CFE) owed by manufacturers will be halved, representing a gain of 3.3 billion.

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