Newsletter: What are the main new developments in local taxation in 2024?

Local taxation is a complex and constantly evolving field. It is therefore important to keep abreast of the latest tax measures announced by the government, changes in local tax legislation and best practices for reducing local taxation.

As a Financial Administrative Manager, you are responsible for the financial management of your company. The local tax decisions you make can have a significant impact on your budget. By keeping abreast of the latest local tax developments, you'll be able to make informed decisions that will save your company money.

What are the latest developments in local tax legislation? What are the best practices for securing your tax position?

This newsletter is an indispensable tool for all finance departments wishing to keep abreast of the latest developments in local taxation.

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In the program :

What are the main new features not to be missed in 2024?

  • Postponement of the abolition of the CVAE tax

  • Adjusting the cap based on value added

  • Reform of cadastral rental values for business premises: six-yearly updating of rental values postponed

  • Property tax exemption for social housing that meets energy efficiency standards

  • Adjustments to development taxes and preventive archaeology fees

Here's a reminder of what you need to know to make your local tax system a competitive lever!

  • Why is controlling your tax burden a strategic factor in your financial equilibrium?

  • Reminder of the main local taxes

  • Best practices: 4 tips from our expert to secure your local tax system

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