Accounting & Legal obligations
Faced with the impact of COVID-19 on companies and the self-employed in Luxembourg, the Joint Social Security Centre (CCSS) and the Minister of Social Security have taken a series of measures to support companies and the self-employed by offering them greater flexibility in their management of the payment of social security contributions.
From 1 April 2020 and until further notice, the CCSS is putting in place the following temporary measures:
These measures allow employers who, following the COVID-19 crisis, are in a financially precarious situation to better manage the payment of their social contributions, and apply:
Furthermore, on gouvernement.lu you can consult the FAQ on the impacts of the coronavirus on businesses in Luxembourg.
Applications for the cost-of-living allowance for the current year must be submitted to the National Solidarity Fund (Fonds national de solidarité – FNS) by 30 September 2020 at the latest.
The REACH&CLP Helpdesk Luxembourg in collaboration with the Betriber&Emwelt platform is organising an online conference on how to get ready for the notification of information in the SCIP database.
It is now possible to make appointments online at the various customs offices of the Customs and Excise Agency (ADA) using MyGuichet.lu.