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While it has been possible since Thursday April 6 to pay your taxes online, franceinfo junior is interested in the subject with Frédéric Douet, professor of tax law at the University of Rouen-Normandy. He answers the questions of three children.

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Since Thursday, April 7, it is possible to declare your taxes online. The opportunity for franceinfo junior to take an interest in what taxes are and what they are used for. Children ask their questions to Frédéric Douet, professor of tax law at the University of Rouen-Normandy. He answers questions from three CE2-CM2 students from the Etienne-Dolet school in Alfortville (Val-de-Marne).

Madeline starts the show wondering why the tax is called that. Manon also wonders: “What are the taxes for? I don’t know what they are for, other than pissing off the parents.” Charles takes the floor with a question of definition: “Are taxes the same as taxes?” Madeline takes the microphone again to talk about proportionality: she wonders if those who earn more pay more taxes. On this page, you can listen to this franceinfo junior program in its entirety.




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