the Decision on the individual in the taxation, passed on Tuesday, February 4, 2020. Under the reform, women must self-assess for the next year. Today there are nearly 100,000 of the inhabitants of the island.
and Then, in 1928, the tax system has been based on that of a married women's income to be registered in their husbands. The reason is that they wanted to be able to estimate the per-household rather than an individual. However, married women have been able to give his wife the permission to declare the then 2013.
the couple has been the subject of a similar act. In these cases, the older partner has to pay income tax. Over the years, the law has been criticized. For example, Jersey's minister of finance, the tax system is archaic. In other words, the ancient.
" This proposal will finally provide equal rights to both spouses and civil partners in accordance with Jersey tax legislation. It's going to take away the archaic to the adoption of the current law, if a wife's income is considered to belong to her husband, " says the finance minister, Susie Pinel to the Financial times.
Susie Pinel is the minister of finance, the channel island of Jersey. Photo credit: Picture
for the exception. If a married couple wants to record their income to the man, it will still be possible.
in The british channel islands are self-governing. In other words, they have their own legal and political systems. However, in the Uk, the responsibility for the utrikesrelationerna, and the military.
On the Jersey, it is a ständeförsamling decision-making. The group is sitting in the 49 elected members of the board. Total voted for 40 persons, the new tax reform act. The two went to find their voice again.
the Jersey is well known for its low tax rate. The decision to be given and the tax, therefore, has not only been praised. A myndighetskommitté of the Jersey has the flag that thousands and thousands of couples will be forced to pay more in taxes.
first of all, the case of the couple with a joint income of between 30,000 and 50,000 pounds. 8.300 the couple is expected to pay £ 13 million a year more in taxes, according to the bill.<