The Finance Act 2014 published in late December 2013 notes significant changes in terms of taxation and duties. Ads reforms towards different sectors suggest that the way to manage certain types of companies will have to change. What are the real implications of these legislative changes and understand how serenely future years?
The main points of the Finance Act 2014
While some sectors have their benefits tenfold or be renewed, others suffer bleak restrictions. The surprise is the removal of the day waiting for officials established by the Sarkozy government in the Finance Act 2012 as the system has proven its worth.
Automakers suffer, meanwhile, the brunt of the decision to toughen the penalties automobile; tax from 8000 euros from the emission of 200 grams of CO2 per kilometer.
Many articles of law appearing on the Finance Act 2012 have been censored. Meanwhile, new regulations affect the benefits families and households: the reform of the tax credit interiors, lower the ceiling of the family quotient to 1500 euros per half fiscal hand, the revaluation of the discount of the income tax (increased to 508 euros) or the suspension of stamp duty for the contribution to legal aid (amount 35 euros).
Among the reforms announced by parliamentarians, those relating to the law of consumption are more aggressive. Professionals of new activities and growing must comply with supposed to protect individuals from fraud and other abuses regulations.
Future legislation on the sale of gold and silver
In October 2013, a new boosted gold traders: the tax on precious metals is expected to increase significantly in 2014. The importation and sale of gold should bear a significant increase (from 7.5 to 12% or from 4.5 to 6% depending on the object), an increase that could significantly penalize individuals in an already difficult situation wishing pay their debts by selling their jewelry, their parts and ingots. This tax would apply to any sale of gold regardless of the sale price.
Given the criticisms and challenges, this tax is eventually scaled down 10% plus 0.5% CRDS for the sale of gold and precious metals but still 6% for jewelry and objets d'art from a sale price of 5,000 euros. Meanwhile, HBJOAT tax imposed on companies specialized retail watches, jewelery, silverware tableware and forced to pay an amount equal to 0.20% of turnover. Selling gold is a highly taxed activity. Declarations to be completed after a transaction or annually are available on the government website.
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