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The winter and summer sales periods 2020/2021 have been made available.
A compensation mechanism has been introduced between the negative balances of the short-time working statements for the months of March to June 2020 and the short-time working benefits due for the months of July to December 2020.
The Health Directorate changed address on 12 October 2020.
From now on, the Luxembourg State will offer, under certain conditions, a free COVID-19 test to cross-border workers after a trip or stay abroad. This offer is hereby no longer limited to Luxembourg residents only.
For the month of November 2020, applications for short-time work must be submitted before 12 October 2020.
From 8 October 2020, the Ministry of Family Affairs, Integration and the Greater Region and the National Office for Social Inclusion are available at their new address.
To help you confidently plan your next trip within the EU, the European Commission provides useful information on its website on travellers' rights in the EU.
In order to facilitate exchanges with parents and future parents, the Children's Future Fund (CAE) offers many online services relating to family benefits and parental leave.
In the current context of the COVID-19 pandemic, some countries require proof of a negative COVID-19 test to enter their territory. If you are a resident of Luxembourg, you again have the possibility to be tested free of charge before travelling to or staying in such a country.
On 6 October 2020, the House of Entrepreneurship is organising an online conference on the law on operating permits for classified establishments known as commodo-incommodo.
In the event of a death, you can consult the register of wills at the Wills Service of the Registration Duties, Estates and VAT Authority (AED).
On 5 October 2020, the Chamber of Skilled Trades and Crafts is organising a webinar "Gudde Moien Groussregioun! Do you have clients abroad? Limit the risk of non-payment of invoices" informing about debt collection abroad.
In October 2020, the House of Entrepreneurship is organising several "Go Digital" webinars on the digitalisation of a company.
Everyone is free to organise their estate as they see fit. It is a matter of determining in advance the beneficiaries of the assets existing at the time of death.
In October 2020, the Institute for Intellectual Property Luxembourg G.I.E. and the Office for Intellectual Property are organising a series of webinars entitled "Intellectual Property Afterworks 2020".