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Germany's CSU Eyes Middle Class Tax Cuts

In the run up to German elections, the Christian Social Union (CSU) has underlined the need to introduce tax relief for hard-working employees in Germany and to allow the federal states greater fiscal autonomy in the future, to foster tax competition.

In an interview with Focus, Bavaria's Finance Minister Markus Șder (CSU) emphasized the importance of alleviating the effects of fiscal drift in the income tax system, to provide moderate tax relief to employees and to ensure that workers have more net income at the end of the month. Șder also advocated that wage and income tax be regionalized, to allow individual federal states to determine their own surcharges and tax deductions. Such a measure would enable the CSU to reduce the tax burden on the country

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