Whether a Resident or a Non-Resident, employees working in Luxembourg are required to pay Luxembourg social security 2015 contributions on their gross salary and all… Read More
If moving to start Working in Luxembourg as an expatriate then you will need to grasp all advice and information surrounding taxation rates, social security, expenses and pensions among other aspects. These aspects are extremely important if starting or continuing work in Luxembourg.
Further information that expatriates will require knowledge on include accommodation, typical working hours and legislation outlines for contracting, freelancing and working in Luxembourg. Our contractor guides provide a summary of practical and financial advice for contractors planning to work in Luxembourg.
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Non-residents of Luxembourg are taxed on Luxembourg-sourced income, while income tax on worldwide income is levied on persons resident to Luxembourg. Luxembourg Income Tax Rates… Read More
Euro Accountancy & Finance Services are fully registered as a Luxembourg Payroll provider and, by law, any person working in Luxembourg… Read More
Social Security in Luxembourgis supported by contributions from both the employee and the employer. The rate total is circa… Read More
Contributions are split three ways for pensions in Luxembourg between the government, the employee and the employer at 24% of the gross income for pensions… Read More
The cost of housing in Luxembourg reflects the overall level of wealth within the Duchy of Luxembourg, however rental properties are often difficult to source,… Read More