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VAT rate Luxembourg 2024

VAT rates in LuxembourgAs from 1 January 2024, the temporary reduction in VAT rates in Luxembourg will no longer apply and the VAT rates will once again be 3, 8, 14 and 17%.As a reminder, as the rate of 17% is the default rate, the legislator has...

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Reform of the ASBL regime

Reform of the ASBL regime On 23 September 2023, the Act of 7 August 2023 on non-profit associations (ASBL) and foundations came into force. This replaces the previous amended law of 21 April 1928. The main points to...

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New law on establishment permits

New law on establishment authorisation On 1 September 2023, the law of 26 July 2023 amending the law of 2 September 2011 regulating the establishment authorisation applicable to the professions of craftsman, trader,...

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Meal vouchers 2024

Meal vouchers: the new provisions from 2024 From 1 January 2024, major changes will affect meal vouchers for employees in Luxembourg. Below is a summary of the main points. Changes to the format...

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VAT rate Luxembourg 2023

VAT rates in LuxembourgThis article is no longer applicable from 01/01/2024. The VAT rates applicable from 01/01/2024 can be consulted on our next page.Since 1 January 2023, a temporary reduction has been applied to VAT rates...

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Social parameters in Luxembourg

Social parameters in Luxembourg Social parameters in Luxembourg have been revised upwards following the indexation of salaries applicable from 1 September 2023. Our article summarises the main social parameters applicable in Luxembourg....

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The stages involved in setting up a company?

What are the steps involved in setting up a company? The steps involved in setting up a company will vary depending on the type of business. However, here is a summary of the main stages, some of which may not be required, such as...

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Mandatory information on invoices?

What information must be included on invoices? In Luxembourg, invoices issued by a sole trader or a company must include various types of information, including legal and tax information. Mandatory VAT information on invoices

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