Wednesday, 26 January, 2022

Home employment: Bercy guarantees the stability of the tax credit


The Minister for Public Accounts, Olivier Dussopt, announced Thursday that the scope of eligibility for the tax credit for home employment has not changed, removing the vagueness created by a decision of the Council of State. The real-time payment of the tax credit will be in effect in January or February 2022 for individuals, he promised.

Child care at home gives entitlement to the 50% tax credit.

Good news for individual employers and personal service providers. This Thursday, the Minister Delegate in charge of Public Accounts put an end to the vagueness created by a decision of the Council of State.

In front of the federations of the sector and by means of a press release, Olivier Dussopt announced a “Stability of the legal framework applicable for the benefit of the personal services tax credit”. Clearly, the scope of eligibility for this tax advantage has not changed, contrary to what the recent decision of the highest administrative court suggested.

The Minister for Public Accounts, Olivier Dussopt, announced Thursday that the scope of eligibility for the tax credit for home employment has not changed, removing the vagueness created by a decision of the Council of State. The real-time payment of the tax credit will be in effect in January or February 2022 for individuals, he promised.

Child care at home gives entitlement to the 50% tax credit.

Good news for individual employers and personal service providers. This Thursday, the Minister Delegate in charge of Public Accounts put an end to the vagueness created by a decision of the Council of State.

In front of the federations of the sector and by means of a press release, Olivier Dussopt announced a “Stability of the legal framework applicable for the benefit of the personal services tax credit”. Clearly, the scope of eligibility for this tax advantage has not changed, contrary to what the recent decision of the highest administrative court suggested.