Single without children, married without children, married with one son and married with two children or more. If this is one of their cases, so go here to see the simulations of PwC with dozens of different scenarios for taxpayers.
The IRS reform benefits families with children, but not all will see their bill decrease with the tax authorities next year.
Rather not have dependent children and have an income (declared) or a home loan is halfway to in 2015, suffering a worsening in the IRS.
This is one of the conclusions that withdraws a extended simulations carried out by PwC for Business, from the rules discussed by the Cabinet last week, when the reform of the IRS approved set.
The Business has published several dozen simulations carried out by PwC that cross the different type of taxpayer, after differentiating by income, type of expenditure and other characteristics. See what your case:
If you’re single and has no children, know it will pay less or more IRS
If you are married with no children, know it will pay less or more IRS
If you are married and have a son, to know whether it will pay less or more IRS
If you are married and have two or more children, know it will pay less or more IRS
Here you can read the analysis of the simulations PwC Business. The main conclusion is that it has no children but has building charges, then the IRS can climb.