Should the Netherlands abolish the inheritance tax?

Taxation is necessary, but when the same euro is taxed more than once, the government has unfairness and false profit.

For example, the unfairness emerges when children inherit the parents ‘ house and are forced to sell it because the inheritance tax is so high that with a then mostly forced sale of the house the tax must be paid.

In many cases, it is not all about people who have a lot of money, often it is simply about modal families that need to turn every euro.

The inheritance tax should therefore be abolished as soon as possible.

On the question of whether a tax should be abolished, the answer is always: Yes, of course!The inheritance tax is no exception.

Everyone tries to avoid taxes.The media, for example, are persistent about multinationals that deal wisely with their revenues. However, if the government raises excise duties on alcohol and nicotine, it expects users to avoid those taxes. The inheritance tax is also avoided. For example, people who have the ability to build a big fortune for their deaths choose to do something different with their time and income. That’s probably not good for that.

Inheritance tax is an important means of combating the growing richness of a small group of empires.Precisely with this tax you can do leveling and prevent the rich from becoming richer and the poor poorer. You know that 50 percent of the world’s assets are owned by nine people or so. Inheritance tax is the only way to moderate that.

Yes.And there is a need to abolish more taxes. The state has become a huge sucker where the old feudal rulers can be jealous. Of course, this also means that the government needs to function more effectively, but Hej, if all these greedy taxes disappear, at least the tax device can do a lot of versoberen.

Just income tax slightly up and btw and all those vague inroads away.Purchasing power compensated, prices seem lower so people tend to spend more money and the economy goes like a silly.

Bit of a charm, of course, but toch芒 鈧?娄 the trend of ever more and more complicated systems will still have to be interrupted.More fun we can’t do it… and it’s not even easier to do it.

No, absolutely not.You pay as a recipient the tax on the money, just like you have to do with salary, donations and other forms of income.

In addition, you need to ask yourself what that tax is. Besides the need for money, this tax also means that we want to be a meritrocratie as much as possible.Inherited property you have not earned and give you an undeserved lead on those who have less (gotten from their parents). You already have a head start by the money and education you’ve gotten, you really don’t need more benefit. Besides, very privileged people tend to use their (financial) power to further expand their advantage and the greater that benefit, the greater their power to achieve that.

And no, I don’t trust people with such an unbalanced distribution of power.Money is power. So no, the inheritance tax must absolutely not be abolished. It prevents a growing imbalance in money and power.

Do I think the inheritance should be taxed (equal)?No, you can divide it into scales and let the% depend on the amount received (not the total inheritance). The first x euro can be tax free so you e.g. The funeral can pay. From me the tax-free foot can be increased, because no one will inherit the empire of 50.000 euro. The problem of too large inheritances only starts at a million or more. This may be severely taxed from me and the first 50.000 to 100.000 lighter (apparently it is about 15.000 euros for 50.000 inheritance, I think this is too high.)

In short, I want a bigger duty free foot and more scales.

Edit: There were several spelling mistakes in my account.I have adapted that.

Sure not.One has to pay taxes on everything and I would like to relieve a lot of it, but the inheritance tax is the last tax you have to reduce. No one has earned what he/she inherits and it is no more than fair that you pay tax on that.

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