Although the annual income of more than 400,000 is not high, the average monthly salary of more than 30,000 can only be used by people with disabilities based on 1.5 months at the end of the year; and even if it exceeds, you are not "Completely" enjoying such a "Benefits" - the amount of special deductions due to physical and mental disabilities is as much as 200,000. In other words, unless your monthly income reaches 45k, you can only taste it.
It is obvious that the government's policy of ghost mannequin effect service helping people with disabilities is great, but when it comes in the form of a "Special deduction", it is destined to be a "Poverty-exclusion" social benefit policies are also destined to fail to help those who really need it the most. If the government simply budgets to cover the increased special deductions, real social assistance will only go to the "Upper class". Taking the disability and long-term care deduction as an example, a person who takes care of a relative who has a disability manual and meets the needs of long-term care alone can deduct 320,000 income, but because the annual income is only 400,000, this system does not help him at all. ; but another person's annual income is twice his, but he can fully enjoy the 320,000 income deduction. The unreasonableness is obvious.
Some people may say, what's unfair about not having to pay taxes in the first place? But what should be considered is that if the government provides such a tax reduction plan, it will lead to a reduction in tax revenue, or the government needs to find funds to fill this financial gap, which will naturally reduce other barriers, benefits or long-term care resources provided first. ; this is obviously "Giving the resources that should be provided to the disadvantaged to subsidize the less disadvantaged". I think no one will accept such a policy, right?