Taxation for business
The amicable bilateral tax agreement concerning the telework of cross-border workers in the context of the fight against the spread of COVID-19 remains in force until 30 June 2021.
In accordance with this agreement, the working days during which work is carried out at home because of the measures taken to combat the COVID-19 pandemic are not taken into account in the calculation of the 29-day limit during which the cross-border worker's remuneration remains taxable in Luxembourg.
The French cross-border worker's remuneration for these working days during which work is carried out at home will therefore remain taxable in Luxembourg.
The Maison de l'orientation informs that its services are moving between 15 and 20 April 2021. Between these dates, consultations will be by appointment only and according to the capacity of the services.
People who received an invitation to be vaccinated during the 3rd phase of the COVID-19 vaccination campaign, but did not book an appointment, can register on a waiting list in order to receive a new invitation to be vaccinated.
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.