Housing tax, APL, Brexit: what changes on January 1, 2021
The page of the year 2020 is turning (finally) and reserves, like every year, its share of changes.
The minimum wage will be increased by 0.99% on January 1 to reach 1,554.58 euros gross per month, an increase of 15 euros.This increase, which corresponds to the automatic revaluation of the minimum wage, will bring the gross hourly amount to 10, 25 euros.
Compensation of up to 1,500 euros per month for small businesses and self-employed workers affected by the Covid-19 crisis, regardless of their sector of activity, ends on December 31.The fund is now reserved for businesses in the most vulnerable sectors.more penalized (catering, leisure, etc.), with an increased amount.
As of January 1, 2021, a public service employee may benefit from a termination indemnity known as the “precariousness bonus”.
The wealthiest 20% of households will start to see their housing tax decrease this year.Those who are paid monthly will see this drop of 30% from January.In 2023, no French will pay the housing tax for their residence main.
The auto penalty is increased for vehicles with the highest CO2 emissions.The threshold for triggering the purchase penalty has been lowered to 133 gCO2/km, compared to 138 currently.
The maximum purchase penalty goes from 20,000 to 30,000 euros for the most polluting vehicles, above 219 gCO2/km.Electric or hybrid buyers are however favored by the extension of public aid until July 1, 2021, up to 7,000 euros for an electric car.
Long denounced by employers, production taxes paid by companies have fallen by 10 billion euros, with the halving of the contribution on the added value of companies (CVAE), or -7 billion euros, and the reduction by half of property taxes (CFE) weighing on industrial sites (-3.3 billion).
Posted Date: 2021-01-06