Pension reform: calculate the age at which you will finally leave
It may be a problem of the rich, but it has been pitting economists, public officials and tax officials against each other for the past few weeks.
Spain has significantly increased its tax revenues in 2021 and 2022 and specialists are struggling to agree on the reasons for this budgetary improvement.
The increase is significant: 15.9% from January to November 2022 compared to the same period in 2021, and already 14.9% between 2021 and 2020, observed the
in an article which opened a debate in the country .
A boon, of course, when the deficit was to drop from 8.4% of GDP in 2021 to 5% in 2022 and when the public debt exceeded the 1,500 billion euro mark for the first time.
But that does not resolve the doubts of observers.
Inflation, of course, even contained at 5.6% in December 2022, can explain a good part of this increase in tax revenues.
Growth too, much higher than that of the major European countries...
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