The Murcian Government will approve this Thursday the reduction of the autonomous section of the IRPF in and 4.1%a measure announced last May by the regional president, Fernando Lopez Miras. In this way, the Region of Murcia joins the Community of Madrid and Andalusia in their fiscal struggle against the policies of the Government of Pedro Sanchez.
The Governing Council will carry out this measure at its meeting tomorrow, as confirmed by sources from the Presidency, who indicate that the deflation percentage takes into account the increase in the estimated ordinary salary cost for this 2022.
«The Region of Murcia redoubles the fiscal pulse by lowering the personal income tax by 4.1%. Tomorrow we will approve it in the Governing Council. We continue to lower taxes so thatFamilies do not bear the increased costs due to inflation,” said the Murcian president in a message posted on social networks.
At the end of May, when López Miras advanced that he would implement this measure, he pointed to a deflation of 3.5% of the regional sectiona figure that has varied, the same sources point out, due to the increase in inflation in recent months.
This reduction will be applied to the income statement for 2022 and will be added to the rest of the regional deductions that are already in force, a fortnight.
The regional government is also studying the abolition of the wealth tax, although this measure has not yet been completed.
The President of the Junta Andalucía, Juanma Morenoalready approved this Tuesday through the Governing Council its “sixth” tax cut with “powerful discounts closely linked to the middle and working class”, collecting the 100% bonus of the Wealth Tax and a deflation of the IRPF in the 2022 declaration.
The Andalusian chief executive pointed out that this tax reduction will save Andalusians 360 million euros to help “mitigate” the effects of inflation on the family economy and defended that the “massive” tax reduction of the previous legislature, which has proven to be “clearly effective”, “has benefited” Andalusians and “has increased” tax collection
“These are measures that mean real and clear help in the face of inflation: more money in the pockets of families to face the rise in prices,” Moreno said before boasting that Andalusia will thus become “the second autonomous community with less taxes from Spain”, only behind the Community of Madrid.