SPD stellt Konzept zur Vermögensteuer vor

Berlin - Die SPD will heute ihr Konzept für die Wiedereinführung einer Vermögensteuer präsentieren. Das Parteipräsidium berät am Vormittag in Berlin über den Vorschlag des kommissarischen Vorsitzenden Thorsten Schäfer-Gümbel. Danach soll die Steuer bei einem Prozent des Vermögens liegen und dem Staat bis zu zehn Milliarden Euro pro Jahr einbringen. Am Mittag will Schäfer-Gümbel die Pläne öffentlich vorstellen. Die Union lehnt die Wiedereinführung einer Vermögensteuer strikt ab. Realisierbar wäre sie wohl nur in einem Bündnis mit Grünen und Linken.
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