Afer went around the proposals concerning the life insurance of the main presidential candidates. (© Fotolia/Flickr P. Nouhailler)
Preferred investment of the French, is life insurance threatened? Afer wanted to know the answers of the candidates for the presidential election during its Assises de l’épargne, organized in Paris this Monday, March 14. Between promises of fiscal stability and more radical innovations, here are their proposals.
With 770,000 members and 55 billion euros in life insurance outstandings, Afer, the main savings association in France, knows how to make itself heard… and give politicians a voice!
Objective met with the eighth edition of the Assises de l’Afer, initiated by Gérard Berkerman, president of the association, which took place on Monday March 14, 2022 in front of 2,000 people, salle Pleyel in Paris.
Less than a month before the first round of the presidential election, Afer asked the candidates for the Elysée to come and outline the main lines of the savings policy they are considering. Six of them sent a representative. Here are the details of their proposals on life insurance, savings and estates.
Emmanuel Macron (The Republic On The March)
No “fiscal zig-zag”, according to his representative, LREM deputy Laurent Saint-Martin, who spoke to members of Afer: “We don’t touch anything in life insurance” which is a “product known and expected” by savers.
Fiscal stability, including on social security contributions, said Revenue Laurent Saint-Martin. In addition, there is no question of integrating life insurance into the estate. On the inheritance, Emmanuel Macron even envisages “relief on popular transmissions
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