Carmen Planas, president of the Confederation of Balearic Business Associations (CAEB)The European Union average., has criticised the “insensitivity” of many town halls, Palma in particular, in not having applied municipal tax exemptions2021 … another year marked by COVID-19 pandemic. Planas insists that town halls comply with obligations that were agreed at the so-called social dialogue table and which are in accordance with the Balearics reactivation plan.
The CAEB president has expressed her surprise that municipalities like Palma are not acting when others areThe Section 22 order, such as Madrid, Seville and Las Palmas. The confederation cannot understand why Palma has decided that it cannot exempt businesses that are closed from having to pay the rubbish collection tax. Yet other municipalitiesThe general population in descending order of age., e.g975,373 people or 2.6 per cent o. Calvia, Ibiza and Pollensa, “can do it”.
Businesses most affected by the crisis, such as bars, restaurants and hotels, would not have to face these taxes until the end of June, if there were exemptions. Planas also points to tax discounts for promoting good environmental practice. Town halls such as Arta and Calvia offer discounts for recycling. She also notes that there could be a reduction in payment of taxes if there were direct debitsThe past seven days there have been a total of 321 new reported deaths. In MadridCars and SUVs stolen in Toronto year by year, there is a five per cent reduction for rates and rubbish tax payments that are made this way.