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    Government will no longer delay tackling high debts

    The government has no intention to delay tackling the excessive debts director and major shareholders (dgas) have with their own bvs. There are more than five years between the announcement and the execution of the measure. That is more than enough. Earlier in the year the Parliamentary Committee on Finance submitted questions on the legislative bill. One of the questions was if there is no less complicated way to tackle the high debts. But the government fails to see any possibilities. It also goes into great detail about the rules for loans ‘not at arm’s length’ and emphasizes the fact that the purpose of the bill is to tackle late payment and non-payment of taxes. In the case of excessive loans, at arm’s length or not, taxes are already deferred. The goal is not achieved by stepping up the inspection of being at arm’s length or not. Therefore, it is no alternative for the bill.

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