Taxation for business
Certain cross-border arrangements are subject to a report. This compulsory report by financial sector professionals is part of the automatic exchange of information in tax matters.
The arrangements reported by intermediaries – banks, tax and financial advisors, consultants, etc. – or by taxpayers themselves are consolidated in a secure centralised European database which Member States can access.
The reports must be made to the Luxembourg Inland Revenue (Administration des contributions directes - ACD).
The disclosing party must file the required information with the ACD electronically using MyGuichet.lu. Filings can be made in 2 ways:
Find out more about cross-border arrangements, the information subject to compulsory reporting and how to make a report in our explanatory information page.
The Chamber of Commerce offers regular webinars for businesses to support their development. From 9 to 29 April 2021, you can register online for several events.
Due to the current health situation, the family leave COVID-19 has been extended until 17 July 2021 inclusive. The new application form is now available on Guichet.lu.
Subscribe to the eDelivery function and receive your road tax invoices in the electronic mailbox of your private eSpace on MyGuichet.lu.