Sweden promises reduced tax for 31.5 billion

The Conservatives are promising a new job tax credit and a job premium for the long-term unemployed.

The Conservatives are promising a new job tax credit and a job premium for the long-term unemployed.

More people must go from benefits to jobs, says Moderate Party leader Ulf Kristersson.

According to the Moderates, it is important to make it more profitable to work.

“More people need to work more,” says Kristersson.

M therefore wants to introduce a strengthened job tax deduction with a focus on low and medium incomes that will give SEK 500 more a month for an ordinary wage earner.

At the same time, the Moderates want to reduce taxes on pensions just as much.

According to M, this is important, among other things, to safeguard the work line in the pension system.

The party believes that the increase in guarantee pensions that the S government has now pushed through means that the difference between those who have worked and those who have not has become too small.