Thought for the day

"Arms are the only true badges of liberty.  The possession of arms is the distinction of a free man from a slave." -- Andrew Fletcher 1698



While the amendment to the Finance Act is currently under debate in the National Assembly, the amendments tabled by the majority aim to raise the ceiling for the overtime tax exemption. A logic that has been debated since 2007. Blinking is more or less requested. While the Finance Act was being amended last week, the amendments tabled by Mathieu Lefèvre and Aurore Bergé, two Renaissance MPs and their Horizons colleagues on the Finance Committee, were adopted. First “Aims to raise the limit of tax exemptions for overtime and additional hours worked by employees to 7,500 euro” for 2022. The second is on the same line. A clear reference to the famous “Work more to earn moredates back to the 2007 campaign.This is a measure in favor of working France. Many French people reach the overtime limit (currently EUR 5,000, editor’s note). We also want to go further in the revaluation of works»Details of Mathieu Lefèvre. Who refuses that his proposal comes down to “foot call to the right“In a legislative context where macro troops have to rely on others …