Unfair taxes for SMEs?

Gérard Orsini: “Reviewing and stabilising rules of business taxation”

The 2011/12/05 at 05:08
Gérard Orsini, President of the Legal and Tax Committee of the Confédération Générale des Petites et Moyennes Entreprises (CGPPME or General Confederation of Small and Medium-Sized Companies), reviews the relevance of tax breaks and the lack of clarity of legal weapons to the detriment of SMEs.

International tax: Freefalling rates

The 2011/12/06 at 14:58
In the European Union and elsewhere, tax competition has led States to cut their tax rates. A growing te...

Company tax: Major groups living it up

The 2011/12/05 at 13:45
Thanks to their particularities, major French companies are the prime beneficiaries of the French system in its current state and a race towards the lowest global tax rates that is nevertheless damaging to State budgets.

Tax breaks: Raising the right levers for SMEs

The 2011/12/06 at 13:06
To improve tax breaks that favour SMEs without impoverishing the State, measures with effects on employm...

Tax on major companies: A return to reason

The 2011/12/06 at 06:43
The government is coining new sources of income to fill the State coffers while making corporate tax mor...

French public debt : The effects of ten destructive years

The 2011/12/07 at 07:00
In the shadows cast by the crisis years, French tax policy has, for one decade, been the culprit behind the current explosion in public debt.
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