Zoff in der union so unterscheiden sich csu und cdu

Zoff in der union so unterscheiden sich csu und cdu

On Thursday, the CSU concluded its two-day closed-door meeting at the Seeon monastery in Upper Bavaria. A position paper for the CSU's own election program was adopted. Not in all respects, however, there is Unity with sister party CDU. Particularly in things tax cuts it crackles.

Tax breaks for small and medium-sized businesses: the CDU/CSU reach agreement before the Bundestag elections?

The position of the CSU around party leader Markus Söder is clear: Tax relief are a "Core inventory" in the joint election program of the Union. Söder affirmed in Seeon that it was "time for a new departure in tax policy in Germany".

Specifically, his party is planning a "saver-strengthening package". Thus, limit values and the subsidy amount for the Employee savings allowance doubled will. Currently, for example, singles who use the employee allowance by means of a fund savings contract may not exceed 20 annually.Earning 000 euros in taxable income. You will then receive a maximum of 80 euros per year from the state. The CSU is also seeking write-offs for climate and digital investments and a reduction in corporate taxes.

From candidate for chancellor Armin Laschet (CDU), however, quite different tones were heard recently. Budget would have to be agreed. The CDU/CSU's election platform also does not provide for such. Yet the official CDU/CSU election platform literally states: "We will gradually abolish the solidarity surcharge for all and at the same time reduce the income tax burden on small and medium incomes."

Tax dispute between Laschet and CSU rests for the time being

A direct dialog on the tax issue was supposed to take place on the second day of the conference. Armin Laschet would have come back to Bavaria for the first time since the chancellor candidacy issue. However, due to the severe storms and flooding in North Rhine-Westphalia, Minister President Laschet canceled his visit to the closed meeting.

A Consensus was in dispute between Laschet and CSU nevertheless found – by telephone conference. CSU state group leader Alexander Dobrindt explains: "We agree that relief can be implemented step by step, as also envisaged in the election program, in a next legislative period."Especially companies, families and single parents should be relieved.

For single parents, the CSU is planning an increase of the Relief amount of 4.008 euros to 5.000 euros. Families are to be supported by the "Child splitting" be relieved, i.E. A tax allowance at the level of the tax-free allowance for adults. Marriage tax splitting is to be retained. Also the de-termination and increase of Home office flat rate from the current 600 euros to 1.000 euros is planned.

Mothers' pension 3 – the next dispute is on the horizon?

In addition to tax relief, the "Mütterrente 3" ("Mothers' Pension 3") sought by the CSU is also a Point of contention. The CSU sees this as its core concern. Declared it a condition for a coalition agreement. With the Maternity pension 3 all mothers and fathers would receive three years of child-rearing credit toward their pensions for raising children born before 1992.

In the joint CDU/CSU election program for the Bundestag elections, however, the maternity pension is not even mentioned. On this point, too, CDU leader Laschet refers to the problem of the to high costs. Hesse's Minister President Volker Bouffier (CDU) had already rejected the CSU's demand last month due to the high financial challenges. It therefore remains to be seen how the CDU/CSU will resolve these differences, especially against the backdrop of the CSU's dependence on coalition participation.

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