The subject had its moment of glory during the presidential campaign. On the right, from Valérie Pécresse to Éric Zemmour via Marine Le Pen, all intended to reduce taxation on inheritance.
"We are the most taxed country in the world. I assume that one can transmit his heritage to his children, it is the fruit of a life of work, one must be able to transmit it, "had justified the candidate of the Republicans. More surprisingly, the subject also seemed to seduce representatives of the left.
In her program, Anne Hidalgo proposed to "facilitate the transmission by lowering the taxation of inheritances for 95% of the French". Yannick Jadot, for his part, defended a measure to raise the ceiling of deduction on inheritance tax for parents and grandparents to 200,000 euros.
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The elected candidate, Emmanuel Macron, promised a similar reform, although less ambitious: the allowance on direct line successions was to be raised from 100,000 euros to 150,000 euros...
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