Accounting & Legal obligations
Starting up & Development
Under the impetus of the European Union, the interoperability between the various means of electronic identification used in the 27 Member States, as well as in Iceland, Norway and Liechtenstein (European Economic Area) is progressing rapidly.
Eventually, this ecosystem (called eIDAS) should enable citizens and businesses to carry out an administrative procedure online in any other European country using the authentication system recognised in their own country.
As of now, the means of identification used in 14 Member States (Belgium, Czech Republic, Germany, Denmark, Estonia, Spain, Croatia, Italy, Latvia, Malta, the Netherlands, Portugal, Sweden and Slovakia) can be used to connect to the following Luxembourg online public services:
According to the same principle, as a Luxembourg citizen, your electronic identity card (eID) allows you to access the online public services of 22 other Member States, but also of the European Commission and Liechtenstein.
Organisations wishing to obtain a water analysis report must now have a certified professional eSpace on MyGuichet.lu.
It is now possible for organisers of eco-responsible events to obtain a "Green Events" or "Green Business Events" logo. Find out more.
The amount of the tax credit for notarial acts ('Bëllegen Akt') has been increased from EUR 20,000 to EUR 30,000.