Will "common prosperity" become a passport for some people to force donations? Recently, the topic of "promoting common prosperity" has sparked heated discussions. "Together wealth" is great, but some voices in the market will always give rise to realistic concerns: Will this be misinterpreted as "kill the rich to help the poor" of "kill the pigs when they are fattened"? Will this become a new trigger for many people to activate the "forced donation" mode? Will this fall into the "Sauwell Trap"? Don't worry about the top, but worry about the bottom.
After all, in the field of public opinion, the drawings of "common prosperity" are easily smeared by some people with the "pen" of anti-capital sentiment and anti-market logic. The first step of the construction drawings they sketched was: Fighting the Landlord. 01 This is not entirely unfounded concern. Just a few days ago, the voice of "common prosperity" fell from job title email list the high-level meeting, and such an article became popular - "The 817 meeting, what the top level will do and want in the next 10 years, all at once! ". The article interprets the "three allocations" as follows: "At this meeting, the key reminder is the third distribution, because the first two distributions are already very mature. Again: property tax, inheritance tax, capital gains tax,
wealth tax, and none of them will come. will be less." There is also an article that puts it more directly: "In the vernacular, it is to remove the highest score on the top, add it to the lowest score below, live together, and find the average." In the past two days, a recent suggestion by a scholar has also caused a lot of controversy - the introduction of a personal monetary property adjustment tax, and the portion of personal monetary property exceeding 1 million yuan will be taxed at a floating threshold of 10%-30%. Hmm, it has an inner taste. After a company spends a lot of money, there are also various names and questions on the Internet: Do you follow?