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The tax on inheritance and gifts, the more growth

Christian Ekström, managing director of the Taxpayers are concerned that an increase in the taxation of inheritance and gifts, is going to lead to a flight of capital as well as productive people and companies are not looking at Sweden as an attractive.

the Forward feared he was, that real estate will lead to the result that widows and widowers are forced out of their houses.

in General, he is concerned about the fact that our proposal is focused on the reduction of inequalities, but to give enough money to the state treasury.

Ekström, going so far in his criticism, he believes that our proposals, which were presented in the report ' Tax and the Capital,” would cause damage to Sweden seriously.

in Writing. to have the error.

the Small elite who are sitting on all the capital of the Care about is the economy, and the growth rate, it is essential to also care about the level of inequality in a society.

A small group of the super-rich who own the majority of all of the capital is liable to harm growth and the functioning of the economy.

When we get to a small elite sitting on all the capital, this leads to the fact that the power of the community is concentrated, and the competition is reduced.

a Similar discussion is wide-ranging in economic circles, including, among other things, the nobel prize-winner Joseph Stiglitz and Thomas Piketty, author of the bestseller ”Capital in the 21st century”.

Afraid of the vänsterspöke
the Inequality of wealth is more important than the income gap.

Ekström points out that income inequality in Sweden, which is earned through the work) has one of the lowest in the world.

It is true, however, the report also takes a wider perspective.

The huge level of inequality in a society is that a small group owns the expensive real estate and a large part of the economy.

some of The richest ten percent in Sweden, owns 66 per cent of the capital

Timbros of the chief economist has, among others, have figured out that the wealthiest ten percent, in Sweden, owns 66 per cent of all the capital, He and Waldenström, 2017), while the large majority owns a small share of the capital stock.

Ekström, seem to be more afraid of the dog in the manger vänsterspöke than interested in how we are to secure a stable, long-term economic growth for everyone's benefit.

It is a pity that in Writing. is a firm of skattedebatten from the 1970s and 1980s, instead of focusing on 2020 and 2030. < / span> < / span>

the report designers, and is a doctoral student in economics at the stockholm school of Economics, Stockholm, sweden

report designers, and an expert on tax matters.

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