The date was still vague, 2022 or 2023, after various hesitations of the executive. The promise of the candidate Emmanuel Macron, Minister of Action and Public Accounts Gérald Darmanin, invited by RTL, said that "all the French will have their residence tax for 2022 removed."
The government, having a promised time of remove the house tax for all French "by 2021 at the latest", indicated for several months as the end date of the five-year period. In April, Gerald Darmanin announced a cut in 2022, before Bruno Le Maire, the Minister of the Economy, postponed to 2023 in June. In this statement, it is therefore again 2022 that is withheld for the abolition of the housing tax.
Furthermore, with regard to taxation, the Minister of Action and Public Accounts declared that he had proposed to the President of the Republic "the removal of the audiovisual tax, which was not withheld, it will be necessary to think for the next few years, and the ease of donations, to allow a better provision of capital in everyday life."
"Today we inherit the age of 50, says Gerald Darmanin. In 10 years we will inherit at the age of 60. At the age of 60, we need the legacy of his parents? He rather 25, 30 or 35 years. we must unite life expectancy and our modern taxation".