In the momentum of the collection at source, introduced in January, the government wants to accelerate the payment of the main tax credits to individuals - the one in favour of services to the person, in the "contemporanéisant", announced Thursday the minister of the Action and of the public Accounts, Gérald Darmanin. Taxpayers employing a nanny, for example, will no longer have to pay the salary of the latter deducted from the tax credit (50 % of the cost of the employee). "With this reform, households only have to pay what remains in their care, and not to advance the costs before receiving the tax credits," said Gérald Darmanin. And it is the State that will pay the difference.
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This "contemporanéisation" is a long-standing request of the industry, and in particular the Federation of private individual employers of France (Fepem). Today, the tax credit is paid one year after the ...Updated Date: 09 September 2019, 00:00