Welcome to the high-level summary of Covid-19 related actions by the French Government. The details and links below have been split between “Tax Filings Affected”, “Government Employee Wages Benefits Programs” and “Government Loan Programs”; and are extracts from the more detailed information available on the websites of the French Praxity Participant firms’ websites, links to which are available at the bottom of this page. Praxity Participant Firms in France are Mazars and Talenz Axe Conseils

Tax Filing Affected

Postpone your tax deadlines Companies can contact their corporate tax department (SIE) to request payment deadlines for their direct taxes (excluding VAT and withholding taxes). This device is intended for companies affected by an interruption or restriction of their activity linked to a closure measure or when their financial situation justifies it. Requests will be considered on a case by case basis. In addition, the property tax due by companies owner-operators of their commercial or industrial premises is postponed for 3 months, on simple request. Measures concerning the CET Exceptional measures are also put in place in terms of contribution territorial economy (CET):

  • Companies will be able to benefit from a deadline extension of 3 months, i.e. up to the 15th March 2021 if they find themselves in difficulty for the payment of the balance of the contribution land tenure of companies (CFE) on December 15, 2020, in particular due to restriction of activity for health reasons. This report is formed by simple email with the SIE on which the company depends. In the case of monthly payment, the request due by November 30. Companies withdrawn at maturity, can, within the same period, stop their withdrawal directly from their space professional on
  • Companies that plan to benefit from the CET cap based on the added value can anticipate the expected reduction by charging it directly on the amount of the CFE 2020 balance. An exceptional margin of error of 20% will be tolerated, without applicable penalty For large companies, these measures are subject to the condition that they do not proceed distribution of dividends or repurchase of shares in 2020 and that they do not have their tax office or subsidiary without economic substance in a non-cooperative State or territory.

Granting of settlement plans An exceptional system of settlement plans is planned for very small businesses (TPE) and small and medium-sized enterprises (SMEs) particularly affected by the coronavirus. It allows them to spread over a period of up to 3 years, the payment of their professional taxes due during the period of health crisis, i.e. between March 1 and 31 May 2020, and not yet settled. It is aimed at traders, craftsmen, liberal professions and other economic agents having started their activity no later than December 31, 2019 Wages tax

  • Payment can be postponed for 3 months without justification. A rebate can be obtained upon justification. The limit date to file the returns has not been postponed. Social solidarity contribution
  • The 2020 campaign to declare the elements serving as a basis for the Social Solidarity Contribution of Societies (C3S) is now open.
  • The deadline for filing the declaration on the website remains 15 May. No exemption from the declaration is planned.
  • Nevertheless, in the event of payment difficulties, companies can contact URSSAF via the contact form accessible via their personal space. Corporate Income Tax Measures Filling and payment of the balance of 2019 Corporate tax
  • Filling and payment of balance of 2019 Corporate tax is postponed to June 30th, 2020 (instead of May 15th, 2020).
  • For large companies (i.e. with more than 5,000 employees or an annual turnover exceeding EUR 1.5 billion) and groups, the extension of payment limits is conditioned upon the absence of dividend distribution and share buybacks between March 27 and December 31, 2020. Request for tax rebate
  • Companies may apply for a direct tax rebate.
  • Such requests for discounts must be justified on a case-by-case basis and may be granted only in the event of specific difficulties which cannot be overcome by deferring payment.
  • We recommend ensuring that the requested remission is fully substantiated and justified by a statement of the operating context, financial issues and any other elements that may be relevant to support the request.
  • In practice, the request for remission requires the following information to be provided: -Company name and SIRET number of your company; -Taxes concerned, due dates and amount; -Monthly sales from January to May 2019 and January to May 2020; -Statement of other debts to be honored (nature, amount and due date) ; -Cash flow level of the company; -Other supporting evidence; -List of invoices awaiting payment from utilities (organization, subject of the invoice, amount).
  • The form should be sent to the tax office to which the company belongs.
  • For the largest companies or groups (more than 5,000 employees or € 1.5 billion in turnover), the discount is granted subject to the commitment, in the request, not to pay dividends, or to proceed to share buybacks between March 27 and December 31, 2020

Request for immediate reimbursement of tax credits

  • The tax authorities remind that refundable tax credits can be refunded immediately upon request. The procedure to be applied is the normal procedure for claiming refunds of tax credits.
  • This application involves filing the corporate tax balance statement (No. 2572), accompanied by the declaration(s) relating to the tax credit(s) (mainly declaration 2069-RCI) and the refund application (No. 2573). This filing is made via the professional area of the companies concerned.
  • CICE and research tax credit receivables that are coming due may also be reimbursed immediately.
  • Thus, for companies whose fiscal year coincides with the calendar year, these are receivables recognized for the 2016 fiscal year. Furthermore, companies meeting the definition of Community SMEs may also have their research tax credit claim reimbursed before the filing of the tax package. Option to the Consolidated tax group system
  • The option for the 2020 financial year consolidated tax group system can intervene until May 31st, 2020. Option to the Corporate income tax system
  • No additional due date is granted to companies wishing to opt for corporate tax for the financial year 2020. This option must always be exercised before the end of the third month of the financial year for which the company wishes to be subject to this tax, that is, for a company which opened its financial year on January 1st, 2020, before March 31st, 2020.
  • Deadlines may nevertheless be granted by the Tax Service upon request and upon justification.

Income Tax

Companies subjects to income tax

  • The DGFiP announced a postponement of the deadline to June 30, 2020 for filing specified tax returns (BNC, BIC), including for the returns of civil real estate companies not subject to corporate tax. Self-employed workers
  • For self-employed workers, Bercy points out that it is possible to modulate the rate and the advance levies at source at any time.
  • It is also possible to defer the payment of withholding tax instalments on business income from one month to the next up to three times if the instalments are monthly, or from one quarter to the next if the instalments are quarterly.
  • All these steps are accessible via the private area on, heading " Gérer mes prélèvements à la source", it being specified that any intervention before the 22nd of the month will be taken into account for the following month. Individuals
  • The French Tax Administration (FTA) grants an additional period for filing tax returns:
  • Thus, the online reporting service will be open from Monday 20 April until the following deadlines established by department : Departments 01 to 19 and French nonresident taxpayers: Thursday 4 June 2020 at 11.59 pm; Departments 20 to 54: Monday 8 June 2020 at 11.59 pm; Departments 55 to 976: Thursday 11 June 2020 at 11.59 pm
  • For paper declarations (exceptional case): receipt of paper declarations (only for taxpayers who declared paper in 2019) from 20 April 2020 until mid-May (depending on postal service)
  • The deadline is Friday, June 12 at 11:59 pm.
  • The second amended 2020 Bill of Finance adopted on April 23rd, 2020 (to be published in the Official Journal), provides for various income tax measures:
  • For the year 2020, the ceiling for exemption from overtime of 5,000 euros is increased to 7,500 euros. Overtime worked outside the period between March 16th, 2020 and the end of the State of health emergency (to date, set for May 24th, 2020) is kept within the limit of the ceiling of 5,000 euros. No conditions related to the sector of activity or the nature of the work performed during these overtime hours are formulated. This measure is therefore general and not limited to sectors directly affected by the COVID 19 epidemic;
  • The exceptional premium that may be paid by public organizations to agents particularly mobilized during the State of health emergency to deal with the COVID-19 epidemic will be exempt from income tax, social contributions and charges as well as taxes and contributions based on wages.
  • The ceiling for expenses eligible for a reduction of income tax of 75% of their amount is fixed, for the year 2020, at 1,000 euros per tax household instead of the 552 euros initially planned. As a reminder, this tax reduction is applicable to donations made to non-profit organizations helping people in difficulty (provision of meals and care, housing assistance). Business added value contribution (CVAE)
  • The deadline for filing the CVAE statement (1329-DEF), as well as the payment of the CVAE 2019 balance, is postponed until June 30th.
  • On the other hand, for companies with credit, that is to say those whose balance statement shows a refund of the credit, the deadline for filing the statement 1329-DEF is fixed for May 5th.
  • No deferral of declaration is planned at this stage regarding the CVAE. Companies required to fill the 1330-CVAE print remain required to do so by May 4 at the latest

Company real estate tax (CET) & Property tax For taxpayers who have opted for a monthly contract for the payment of the Company Real Estate Contribution or Property Tax, payments can be suspended via the tax authorities website or via the Levy Centre. If this option is used, the remaining amount will be deducted from the balance, without penalty Tax Credit for Lessors Subject to the approval of the finance law for 2021, a tax credit for donors for companies with less than 250 employees closed administratively or identified in the tourism plan. Any lessor who, over the three months of October, November, and December 2020, agrees to waive at least to one month's rent out of the three months due, could benefit from a tax credit of 30% of the amount of abandoned rents. Direct Tax Measures

  • Companies can ask the tax authorities to defer without penalty the payment of their next direct tax installments (advance payment of corporation tax, payroll tax, CFE, CVAE).
  • The form should be sent to the tax office to which the company belongs.
  • The deferral shall be granted on request, without justification, for a period of three months. At the end of the three months, the sums must be paid (unless the scheme is extended).
  • With regard to the largest companies or groups (more than 5,000 employees or € 1.5 billion in turnover), the deferral is granted subject to the commitment, in the request, not to pay dividends, nor to repurchase shares between March 27 and December 31, 2020.
  • The possibility of postponement has been extended to April. Nothing is planned yet for May and beyond.

Glyphosate exit tax credit: This tax credit is intended to benefit farms which exercise their main activity in the perennial crops sector (viticulture, arboriculture), other than nurseries, or in that of arable crops, as well as to breeders practicing a significant part of their activity in one of these crops (mixed-crop-livestock), and which renounce using glyphosate in 2021. In the amount of € 2,500, this tax credit will apply to income declared for the year (2021 therefore) during which the use of glyphosate will have been avoided. It being specified that for the calculation of the tax credit of agricultural groupings of joint exploitation (GAEC), the amount of 2,500 € is multiplied by the number of associates in the group, within the limit of 4. Warning : the glyphosate exit tax credit cannot be combined with the organic farming tax credit, nor with the new tax credit created in favor of farms with High Environmental Value (HVE) certification. IR-PME tax measures and first press subscription are effective The finance law for 2021 created and adapted two tax systems aimed at supporting businesses. Companies particularly affected by the health crisis linked to Covid-19. The first device concerned is a new 30% tax credit for households who subscribe, until December 31, 2022, a first press subscription (newspaper, publication of maximum frequency quarterly, online press service, presenting the nature of political and general information) for a minimum period of 12 months. Already in existence, the second device, called IR-PME or Madelin, is a tax reduction in favor of taxpayers who subscribe, until December 31, 2021, to the capital of SMEs or shares of mutual funds in innovation. (FCPI) or local investment funds (FIP). A tax reduction whose rate has been revalued to reach 25%. However, for these tax arrangements to be effective, a favorable opinion from the European Commission was needed. Favorable opinion which has finally been given! This has enabled the public authorities, via decrees, to set the date of entry into force of these devices on May 9, 2021. Taxpayers therefore still have a few months to take advantage of these tax advantages. Small Farm Capital Gains Exemption Capital gains realized during or at the end of operation by agricultural enterprises subject to income tax may be exempt, provided in particular that the activity has been carried out in a professional capacity for at least 5 years. Self-employed workers: postponement of contributions due in June Personal social security contributions due in June by self-employed workers most affected by the health crisis will not be deducted. Towards a new extension of the increased rate of the IR-PME reduction The amending finance bill for 2021 provides for extending the increase in the rate of the “Madelin” income tax reduction from 18% to 25% until December 31, 2022, subject to the approval of the European Commission. Closure of commercial premises real estate tax relief The owner-operators of commercial premises closed due to the health crisis can request, under certain conditions, a real estate tax relief on built properties by filing a tax claim.

Government Employee Wages Benefits Programs

Healthcare Professionals

  • Allows professionals to estimate a theoretical amount of the compensation to which they can claim, and to request a deposit on the basis of the estimate made. This system aims to provide the means to cover expenses throughout the period and thus facilitate the gradual resumption of activity under the best conditions. Beneficiaries include: Doctors (generalists and specialists), Dental surgeons, Midwives, Nurses, Masseurs-physiotherapists, Speech therapists, Orthoptists, and Pharmacists.
  • See member firm articles for further guidance related to HR and Payroll: Mazars, Talenz Axe Conseils

Partial Activity System A simplified and reinforced use of the partial activity system open to companies in situation of cyclical economic difficulties. This system, also called partial unemployment, enables companies to receive aid which finances the loss of income caused by the reduction in the working time of the employees concerned. Request form: Companies have 30 days from the date of cessation of activity to request partial activity; compensation is retroactive The Government has also decided to reinforce compensation paid to employees in a situation of partial activity: the Minister of Labor announced on March 13 that partial unemployment, normally compensated by the State up to the minimum wage, will be fully supported (100%) by the State, up to 4.5 times the minimum wage, as part of the COVID-19 epidemic. Common Law The common law partial activity regime applies under the following conditions:

  • The partial activity allowance is set at 70% of the gross hourly reference remuneration, in the limit of 4.5 minimum wage with an equal minimum of the net minimum wage, i.e. € 8.03 per hour
  • The partial activity allowance (State reimbursement) is set at 60% of the remuneration gross reference schedule, within the limit of 4.5 minimum wage with a minimum of 7.23 €
  • Strengthening the role of the CSE in companies with 50 employees is more: in addition to the consultation prior to recourse to the partial activity, the CSE must be kept informed at the end of each authorization of the conditions under which the partial activity was implemented

Most Affected Companies Regime applicable to the most affected companies These are companies that fall under:

  • "Protected" sectors (tourism, hotel industry, catering, sport, culture, air transport, event),
  • So-called "related" sectors, whose activity is related to the above sectors, subject to to have lost at least 80% of their turnover during the period between March 15 – 15 May 2020 compared to the same period of 2019, or compared to the average monthly turnover for the year 2019 reduced to two months
  • Other business sectors that welcome the public and whose activity is interrupted, partially or totally, in application of a legal or regulatory obligation or of a administrative decision.

They benefit from the partial activity under the following conditions:

  • The partial activity allowance is set at 70% of the gross hourly reference remuneration in the limit of 4.5 minimum wage with an equal minimum of the net minimum wage, i.e. € 8.03 per hour
  • The partial activity allowance (State reimbursement) is set at 70% of the remuneration gross reference schedule within the limit of 4.5 minimum wage with a minimum of 8.03 €

Long-term partial activity scheme (APLD) This device is only accessible by company agreement validated by the administration or by a document approved, established by the employer on the basis of an extended industry agreement. The purpose of this device is to cover longer periods of partial activity and therefore target companies experiencing difficulties sustainable.

  • The partial activity allowance (paid by the employer) is set at 70% of the hourly remuneration gross reference within the limit of 4.5 minimum wage with an equal minimum of the net minimum wage, i.e. € 8.03 per hour ;
  • Each employee must continue to work at least 60% of his usual working time on the duration of application of the device. The activity rate may vary, since over the entire period of application of the device it is 60%;
  • The partial activity allowance (paid to the employer) is equal to 60% of the hourly remuneration gross serving as the basis of the paid vacation allowance, up to 4.5 times the minimum wage
  • The device is for a period of 6 months renewable within the limit of a total of 24 months, consecutive or not, over a period of 36 months,

There are also special provisions within partial activity system related to childcare and vulnerable persons.

Regarding the allowance paid to employers The provisions currently in force relating to the rates of the allowance of partial activity are extended until May 31, 2021. As of June 1, 2021, the hourly rate of the partial activity allowance will be equal for each employee concerned to 36% of gross hourly compensation, but it will be maintained at 60% in protected areas or in areas which depend on them and 70% for companies whose activity involving public reception is interrupted (partially or totally) and for those companies located in a territorial district or in a catchment area subject to specific restrictions. Note also the adaptation of the list of activity sectors that benefit from an increased rate of partial activity allowance. Regarding employee compensation As of June 1, 2021, an employee placed in partial activity receives a hourly compensation, paid by his employer, corresponding to 60% of his Gross remuneration. Employees of companies in the protected sectors (or sectors depending on the protected sectors) receive, for non-working hours between June 1 and June 30, 2021, hourly compensation corresponding to 70% of their previous gross hourly compensation. The compensation rate is maintained under the same conditions for companies whose activity involving public reception is interrupted (partially or totally) and for those located in a territorial district or in a catchment area subject to specific restrictions. Support by the state of part of the paid leave for companies closed Under paid leave, the State establishes one-off, non-renewable economic assistance for highly impacted sectors. The state undertakes this to cover part of the paid leave for the most heavily impacted companies by the health crisis. To be able to benefit from this assistance, companies will have to meet one or the other criteria of eligibility

  • The activity was partially or totally interrupted for a total period of at least 140 days since January 1, 2020
  • The activity was reduced by more than 90% (decrease in turnover) during the periods in 2020 where the state of health emergency was declared (March 24, 2020 to July 10, 2020, reactivated since 17 October 2020). This assistance is limited to 10 days of paid vacation. It will be paid in January 2021 on the basis of days imposed for the year 2019-2020 and days taken in anticipation with the employee's agreement for the year 2020-2021. Paid leave must necessarily be taken between January 1 and 20, 2021, during a period of partial activity corresponding to the prolonged closure of the establishment over this period. For the payment of this aid, the Government will use the payment channels of the partial activity via the Service and Payment Agency (ASP). The state will reimburse the company for all of what it pays to its employees, i.e. 70% of gross (or 84% of net), and the employer will supplement so that the employee receives all of his remuneration.

FNE Training Subsidy As of November 1, the FNE-formation covers 70% of the educational costs. For the employees placed in partial long-term activity; the coverage rate is 80% with a maximum average of 6,000 euros per employee and per year.

Solitary fund for small enterprises

  • A created a solidarity fund for the smallest businesses affected by the economic consequences of the current epidemic support was implemented by Decree 2020-371 of 30 March 2020. Decree 2020-433 of 16 April 2020 makes further changes.
  • Eligibility to the solidarity fund - This aid is intended for natural and legal persons carrying out an economic activity before 1 February 2020, irrespective of their status or tax regime (small enterprises, the self-employed, the liberal professions, micro-entrepreneurs, etc.), subject to compliance with the following conditions : Have a workforce of 10 employees or less ; Have a turnover of less than € 1 million for the last fiscal year; Have a taxable profit plus any sums paid to the director of less than €60,000 for the last fiscal year ended;
  • The natural persons who are beneficiaries or, in the case of majority managers of legal entities, must not be holders, on 1 March 2020, of a full-time employment contract or an old-age pension and must not have benefited, during the period between 1 March 2020 and 31 March 2020, from daily social security benefits in excess of €800.
  • Details: When a company owns related companies, eligibility for the scheme is assessed by aggregating the data of these related companies with the data of the company applying for the aid.
  • Details have been provided by the Ministry of Action and Public Accounts, particularly in the definition of taxable profit.
  • For legal persons subject to corporate tax, the concept of taxable profit means taxable profit before corporate tax (appearing on the declaration 2065) increased by the sums paid to the directors, including social charges if they have been deducted from the taxable profit (TNS or equivalent employee).
  • The solidarity fund was increased for the month of March and will be renewed for the month of April.
  • It was clarified on April 15 that farmers who are members of a joint farming group (GAEC), artist-authors, companies in receivership and in safeguard proceedings can also benefit from the solidarity fund. Conditions for beneficiating the solidarity fund
  • Financial assistance for loss of turnover up to €1,500 will be granted to eligible persons in one of the following two situations:
  • Have been banned from receiving the public by decision of the administration between 1 March 2020 and 31 March 2020 (accommodation, catering, cultural and sporting activities, events, fairs and exhibitions, etc.) ;
  • Have suffered a monthly decline in turnover of at least 70% during the period of March 2020, compared to March N-1. The rate is 50% as of April 2th 2020.
  • For companies created after March 2019, the decrease in turnover in March 2020 should be assessed in relation to the average monthly turnover
  • For entrepreneurs and companies employing at least one employee (fixed-term or open-ended contracts as of March 1st, 2020), an additional aid of 2,000 euros (which may soon be increased to 5,000 euros) may be obtained if they are unable to settle their debts due within thirty days and if their request for a cash loan of a reasonable amount made since March 1st, 2020 to their bank has been refused or has remained without a response within ten days. How to benefit from the solidarity fund
  • The request for compensation of 1,500 euros for the month of March must be made no latter that April 30, 2020.
  • After logging in to the special area, the request can be made via the secure messaging system, by selecting the reason "I am requesting help for companies weakened by the COVID 19 epidemic".
  • The request for aid for the month of April is made electronically, by 31 May 2020 at the latest, via a declaration on the website.
  • The second amended 2020 Bill of Finance adopted on April 23rd, 2020 (to be published in the Official Journal provides for exemption from corporate tax, income tax and all social contributions from this aid.

Solidarity Fund Update The solidarity fund is extended until December 31, 2020 (Decree n ° 2020-1328 of November 2, 2020) The purpose of this device is to pay financial aid to a company that carries out an activity economy particularly affected by the consequences of the Covid-19 epidemic. It is instituted until November 30, 2020. The fund is now open:

  • companies with less than 50 employees,
  • without condition of turnover or profit;
  • To companies that started their activity before August 31;
  • Companies controlled by a holding company are eligible provided that the cumulative workforce of the or subsidiaries and the holding company is less than or equal to 50 employees.
  • Compensation possible up to 10,000 euros per month

Solidarity Fund Update – December The form for the solidarity fund for the month of November has been available since 4 December in the special area on and the request must be filed no later than the 31st January 2021. For administratively closed companies For the month of December, the solidarity fund will be open regardless of the size of the companies closed. They will benefit from a right of option between: assistance corresponding to the amount of lost turnover, up to a limit of € 10,000

  • or compensation of 20% of monthly turnover up to a limit of € 200,000 per month.

This aid will be allocated to each company on the basis of the declaration of its SIREN number. The reference turnover used for calculating the aid may be the turnover for December 2019 or the average monthly turnover observed in 2019. As long as these businesses are closed, the solidarity fund will be maintained. For all companies in the tourism, events, culture and sport sector (sector S1) For the month of December, companies in the tourism, events, culture, sport (S1) sectors which do not close but experience a turnover loss of at least 50%, will have access to the fund of solidarity without size criteria. They will benefit from:

  • assistance corresponding to the amount of lost turnover, up to a limit of € 10,000
  • or compensation of 15% of their monthly turnover. For companies that lose more than 70% of their turnover, the compensation will reach 20% of monthly turnover within the limit of € 200,000 per month. This aid will be allocated to each company on the basis of the declaration of its SIREN number. For suppliers of companies in the tourism sector and related sectors (sector S1 bis) For the month of December, companies in related sectors (S1bis) with less than 50 employees who register losses of at least 50% of turnover will be eligible for aid of up to 10,000 € within the limit of 80% of the loss of turnover. This concerns in particular the activities of wholesale, laundry, etc. who are indirectly affected by the crisis.
  • For companies that started their activity before December 31, 2019, they must also justify either having suffered a loss of turnover of at least 80% during the 1st confinement, or having suffered a loss of turnover of at least 80% in November 2020 compared to November 2019
  • For companies starting their activity after January 1, 2020, they must also justify having suffered a loss of turnover of at least 80% during the period between the 1st November 2020 and November 30, 2020 compared to the turnover achieved between the creation date of the company and November 30, 2020 reduced to 1 month.

For all other companies with less than 50 employees For all companies with less than 50 employees who do not belong to the following sectors to be mentioned above and which justify a loss of 50% of their turnover: the solidarity will be extended for the month of December. These companies will continue to receive support up to € 1,500. The form to benefit from the assistance for loss of turnover for the month of December will be available at the beginning of January on the site: on their particular space (and not on their professional space usual) where they will find in their secure messaging under "Write" the reason for contact "I ask aid to companies weakened by the Covid-19 epidemic ".

Solidarity fund March 2021 While renewing the mechanism for the month of February 2021, new features and adjustments are made. For companies prohibited from welcoming the public during part of the month of March, aid is capped: • Or € 1,500 in the event of loss of turnover between 20% and 50% • Either at € 10,000 or at 20% of the reference turnover in the event of loss of turnover greater than 50%. The decree also modifies the aid scheme for companies in the retail store where one of the stores is located in a center commercial with a sales area of 10,000 m2 compared to 20,000 m2 until then. The start date of activity that companies must now respect to be eligible for the solidarity fund passes from October 31 to December 31 2020. As announced, it was decided to freeze the choice of the cipher reference business according to the choice made by the companies for the month of February 2021 (either the turnover for the month of March 2019 or the average monthly business for 2019). Companies domiciled in Mayotte, if they have less than 250 employees (instead of 50 in mainland France) are eligible for the solidarity fund and benefit from aid capped at € 3,000 instead of € 1,500. Finally, the activities listed in lines 121 to 128 of appendix 2 have been completed. to allow companies achieving at least 50% of their turnover business with companies in the ski area of benefit from the solidarity fund mechanism. Support for the month of March can be requested until May 31, 2021. Solidarity fund: details provided by the DGFiP The March 2021 aid request form has been posted. It includes a new section called "temporary Covid-19 regime [SA.56985] ”. As a result of the difficulties encountered in completing this news section, we interviewed the DGFiP who provided us with the details following. To determine the aid ceiling limited to € 1.8 million under the temporary Covid-19 regime (SA.56985), only the following aids:

  • the solidarity fund received or requested since March 2020 (including part 2 paid by the regions);
  • social security tax exemptions. Note: the solidarity fund requested for the month of March 2021 is not to integrate. The following aids are not to be taken into account:
  • the EMP
  • help with digitization
  • regional subsidies
  • payment of rents or other subsidies granted by the
  • region
  • exceptional financial assistance (AFE-COVID)
  • additional "fixed costs" aid
  • deferral of social charges, etc. It is specified that, once the company has declared having received or requested aid related to the temporary Covid-19 regime, the fields relating to amounts of temporary aid for 2020 and 2021 must be informed.

Note: the ceiling of the temporary aid scheme is assessed at the level of group when the company is part of a group. The DGFiP is studying the possibility of simplifying this form so that the company can certify not to have reached the ceiling of 1.8 M € (without having to determine the amount of temporary aid for 2020 and 2021). This simplification, if accepted, would apply for the form of the month April.

May Update A support device intended for businesses, the solidarity fund has once again been extended. The companies eligible for the month of May remain unchanged and aid requests must be made by July 31, 2021 at the latest. June Update The rates of the indemnity and the partial activity allowance are gradually being revised downwards as part of the management of the exit from the health crisis. July Update Due to the reopening of shops and restaurants and the lifting of the main health restrictions, a gradual extinction of the aid system of the solidarity fund has been initiated. After three confinements and a vaccination campaign that shows results, the epidemic is decreasing and gives us hope for a return to economic normalcy in the months to come. A beginning of recovery which is accompanied by a gradual decrease in aid to companies. This is particularly the case with the solidarity fund. Aid to which are still eligible, for June and July 2021 and under certain conditions, companies created before January 31, 2021 and having benefited from this aid for the month of April or May 2021. Presentation of these conditions. Companies prohibited from welcoming the public Companies prohibited from welcoming the public (without interruption) in June and / or July 2021, regardless of the number of their employees, are entitled to assistance provided they have undergone, during the monthly period taken in account, a loss of at least 20% of their turnover. This aid corresponds to their loss of turnover within the limit of 20% of their reference turnover, capped at € 200,000. The most affected sectors Certain companies are also entitled to aid, without any staffing conditions, which, although they were opened in June and / or July, recorded a loss of turnover of at least 10% during the monthly period considered. Eligible companies are those which: - belong to the most affected sectors (listed in appendix 1 of decree n ° 2020-371 of March 30, 2020); - or belong to sectors related to the most affected sectors (listed in the annex 2 of decree n ° 2020-371 of March 30, 2020), and subject to having lost at least 80% of their turnover during the first or second confinement or at least 10% of their turnover between 2019 and 2020; - or carry out their main activity in retail trade, except motor vehicles and motorcycles, These companies are entitled, for the month of June, to an aid equal to 40% of their loss of turnover for that same month, up to the double limit of 20% of their reference turnover and 200,000. €. For the month of July, they are entitled to an aid equal to 30% of their loss of turnover for that same month, up to the double limit of 20% of their reference turnover and € 200,000. Some companies in Guyana Finally, other companies with less than 50 employees belonging neither to the sectors most affected, nor to related sectors, which are domiciled in Guyana and which suffered a loss of turnover of more than 50% during the period. monthly considered can also get compensatory aid. This aid is capped at € 1,500. It is attributable provided that at least 10 days of confinement have been decreed on the territory during the monthly period considered. URSSAF Financial Assistance (AFE COVID) for the Independent If you meet the cumulative eligibility conditions, then you may be eligible for a exceptional Covid financial assistance in the amount of:

  • 1000 € if you are a craftsman, trader or liberal profession
  • 500 € if you are a self-employed person

USSRAF Employer Contribution Following the deterioration of the health situation and the measures taken by the public authorities to fight against the Covid-19 pandemic, employers can postpone all or part of the payment of Urssaf contributions due by the November 5 deadline (employers with 50 or more employees paying salaries end of the month) or November 15 (all other employers). This deferral of payment also applies for supplementary pension contributions. Please note that companies that can do so must refrain from making such request in order to continue to participate in the financing of national solidarity (details 31/10/2020).

Covid-19: clearance plan and delivery of social contributions Employers having difficulty paying social security contributions to Urssaf can enter into a plan clearance, in order to spread the debt payment and avoid penalties related to late payment. In some cases, the employer may also benefit from a contribution reduction. In view of the health crisis, the rules relating to the clearance plans concluded with Urssaf (CGSS or MSA) are subject to exceptional arrangements. Clearance plan The conclusion of a clearance plan allows the payment of social security contributions to be spread out and avoids late penalties. Clearance plans can be concluded with the Urssaf (the MSA or the CGSS) by any contributor, in derogatory conditions (in particular eligibility of employee contributions subject to conditions). The Urssaf must, in principle, take the initiative to offer an adjustment plan to less employers 250 employees and self-employed workers who have not yet paid all their social contributions relating to periods since March 2020. The contributor also has the possibility of requesting a modification of the plan (duration, amount of deadlines, etc.) or to postpone its implementation. Under certain conditions, it may be of the same duration as the plan established by the tax administration. Remittance of social contributions Contributors who cannot benefit from exemptions from social security contributions related toCovid-19 may, under certain conditions, benefit from a discount of:

  • employer contributions for the periods from February to May 2020 concerning employers;
  • contributions due for the year 2020 concerning self-employed workers (the self-employed under the micro-social regime cannot benefit from it). This implies concluding a plan to clear social contributions. To benefit from the discount, it is necessary in particular to:
  • not being able to meet the deadlines of the clearance plan;
  • justify a decrease in turnover of at least 50% over the period of February 1 to May 31, 2020 or from March 15 to May 15, 2020;
  • to certify that they have asked private creditors for an averaging of payments or a remission of debt (specific information is required).

Other conditions are required. Check them with your accountant. The amount of the discount, decided by the Urssaf, is set according to the decrease in turnover suffered between February 2020 and May 2020. The Urssaf has 2 months to respond, its silence being equivalent to refusal. Independent URSSAF Contributions Personal social contributions for self-employed workers will not be deducted in November (the quarterly deadline of November 5 and the monthly deadlines of November 5 and 20 are suspended). The automatic debit of the November installments will not be carried out, without the independent workers having steps to take. Those who pay by other means may adjust the amount of their payment. No penalty or late payment will be applied. The modalities of regularization of these deadlines will be specified later. However, self-employed workers who can do so are invited to pay their contributions accordingly. In accordance with procedures which will be communicated to them by their Urssaf. They can adjust their schedule by re-estimating their 2020 income which is used as the basis for the calculation of provisional contributions. Self-employed workers benefiting from a payment period on previous debts can also ask to postpone the deadlines. In addition to these measures, self-employed workers can request the intervention of the action social security council of the Social Protection of Self-Employed Workers (CPSTI) for the partial or total of their contributions or for the allocation of exceptional financial assistance. December 5th update sonal social security contributions for self-employed workers will not be deducted in December (the automatic debit of the monthly installments of December 5 and 20 will not be carried out). Any penalty or late payment will not be applied. However, self-employed workers who can do so are invited to pay their contributions accordingly. spontaneous, in accordance with procedures communicated to them by their Urssaf. The workers self-employed persons benefiting from a payment period may also request to postpone the deadlines

1 Young 1 Solution Exceptional and temporary aid for the hiring of young people To promote the hiring of young people in the current difficult economic context, the State is setting up in under the "1 young 1 solution" scheme, various aids. These aids are significant for businesses who are considering hiring young workers. TARGET EMPLOYERS All employers (companies and associations), excluding the non-industrial public sector and commercial, can benefit from exceptional assistance. However, companies with at least 250 employees. To benefit from the scheme, they must respect a minimum quota for the hiring of work-study employees in their workforce at December 31, 2021 EMPLOYEES CONCERNED The aid applies to employees under an apprenticeship or professionalization contract who are under 30 years old on the date of conclusion of the employment contract and who are preparing a diploma or a professional title at most equivalent to a master's degree (Bac + 5). For employees on a professionalization contract, assistance is also open to employees preparing a professional qualification certificate in particular. Hires must be made between July 1, 2020 and March 31, 2021 to qualify for assistance exceptional.  Note that the Government has announced the extension of this device until December 31, 2021. AMOUNT OF ASSISTANCE The amount of exceptional aid paid for the first year of execution of the contract is from:

  • € 5,000 maximum for a work-study student under 18;
  • € 8,000 maximum for a work-study student aged 18 and over.

The amount is prorated in the event of unpaid absence. The one-time learning aid is temporarily upgraded for aid contracts concluded between March 1 and 31, 2021 exceptional. As a reminder, this unique aid concerns employers of less than 250 employees for contracts aimed at a diploma or a level title CAP to bac. MODALITIES The payment of aid is conditional on the submission of the apprenticeship contract or professionalization with the OPCO. The aid is paid from the start of execution of the contract and monthly by the ASP (service agency and payment) before payment of the remuneration by the employer, then each month on proof of the continuation of the contract attested by the completion of the DSN. ASSISTANCE WITH THE HIRING OF YOUNG PEOPLE UNDER 26 YEARS OF AGE TARGET EMPLOYERS All employers (companies and associations), regardless of their workforce, with the exception however public administrative establishments, public industrial and commercial establishments, semi-public companies and private employers. YOUNG TARGETS The aid concerns young people under 26, whose remuneration does not exceed twice the minimum wage for a CDI or CDD of at least 3 months. These hires must be made between August 1 2020 and March 31, 2021. These two conditions are assessed on the date of conclusion of the employment contract.

  • The Government announced the extension of this device until May 31, 2021, as well as a drop to 1.6 minimum wage (instead of 2 minimum wage currently) of the remuneration ceiling for eligibility.

AMOUNT OF ASSISTANCE The aid is equal, per employee, to € 4,000 over one year (the amount is prorated according to the duration of the work and the duration of the contract). It is paid each quarter up to a maximum of € 1,000, within one year. MODALITIES The employer must send his request to the ASP via a teleservice no later than the 4 months following the start of performance of the contract. The aid will be paid on the basis of a certificate from the employer justifying the employee's presence and transmitted before the 4 months following the end of each quarter of execution of the employment contract. Frank employment + TARGET EMPLOYERS All employers (companies and associations), regardless of their workforce, with the exception however public administrative establishments, public industrial and commercial establishments, semi-public companies and private employers. YOUNG TARGETS The aid is aimed at young people under the age of 26 who live in a priority political district of the city (QPV) of the national territory (with the exception of French Polynesia).

  • This residency condition must be verified at the time of hiring. The employer can verify the eligibility of the address by informing it on In addition, the recruited person must belong to one of the following categories:
  • Job seeker registered with Pôle emploi in category 1, 2, 3, 6, 7 or 8.
  • Member of a professional security contract.
  • Young person followed by a local mission who is not registered as an applicant employment.

Remember that it is possible for employers to conclude, without age conditions and until December 31, 2021, employment contracts classic frank. In this case, the aid is € 15,000 over 3 years for a permanent contract (€ 5,000 per year) and € 5,000 over 2 years for a hiring on fixed-term contracts of at least 6 months (2,500 € per year). AMOUNT OF ASSISTANCE The amount of the aid is:

  • € 17,000 over 3 years for a CDI recruitment (€ 7,000 for the first year, then € 5,000 the following two years);
  • € 8,000 over 2 years for a fixed-term contract of a minimum duration of 6 months (5 € 500 for the first year, then € 2,500 the following year). These amounts are prorated according to the working time and the duration of the contract.

MODALITIES The request for assistance must be submitted by the employer to Pôle emploi within 3 months following the date of signature of the contract. The help request form can be sent to Pôle employment services by mail or email. The aid is due from the first day of execution of the employment contract, provided that the employee has been kept in the workforce for at least 6 months. Each payment is made on the basis of a certificate of attendance sent to Pôle emploi by the employer within 2 months following the end of each semester of execution of the contract. Help mobilize employers to hire disabled workers (AMEETH) TARGET EMPLOYERS All employers (companies and associations), regardless of their workforce, with the exception however public administrative establishments, public industrial and commercial establishments, semi-public companies and private employers. DISABLED WORKERS CONCERNED The aid concerns disabled workers benefiting from the recognition of the quality of disabled worker on permanent or fixed-term contracts of at least 3 months and having lower remuneration or equal to 2 minimum wage. These hires must be made between September 1, 2020 and June 30, 2021. Since February 25, 2021, the employee must not have belonged to the employer's workforce at as of October 8, 2020 (instead of September 1, 2020). AMOUNT OF ASSISTANCE The amount of aid is no more than € 4,000 per employee. This amount is prorated according to the working time and the duration of the employment contract. MODALITIES The request for assistance is sent through a teleservice within a maximum of 6 months following the start date of performance of the contract, regardless of the date of conclusion of the contract. Help is paid on the basis of a certificate of attendance sent to the ASP by the employer within 6 months following the end of each quarter of execution of the contract. SINGLE INSERTION CONTRACT-EMPLOYMENT INITIATIVE CONTRACT TARGET EMPLOYERS The CUI-CIE is aimed at employers in the market sector subject to compulsory insurance against the risk of job deprivation. Individual employers are excluded from the system. EMPLOYEES CONCERNED The purpose of the single integration contract is to facilitate the professional integration of people without employment encountering social and professional difficulties in accessing employment by allowing the employer to benefit from state aid. AMOUNT OF ASSISTANCE The maximum amount of aid is set, within the limit of the legal weekly working time, at 47% of the gross amount of the minimum wage per hour worked. MODALITIES The aid is paid to the employer by the Service and Payment Agency, on the basis of the certificates presence of the beneficiary of the contract through a teleservice.

Extension of derogatory work stoppages linked to Covid-19 Until September 30, 2021, employees and self-employed workers can benefit from exceptional work stoppages. For several months now, employees and self-employed workers who cannot telecommute have been able, in certain situations, to benefit from a work stoppage adapted to the Covid-19 epidemic. These so-called “derogatory” work stoppages give rise to the payment of daily social security benefits without a waiting period and without requiring compliance with the usual conditions for entitlement to entitlement. Given the current health situation, the public authorities have decided to maintain this system until September 30. Who is concerned ? Employees and self-employed workers who:

  • are subject to an isolation measure as a "contact case";
  • have a positive result on a Covid-19 detection test or have a positive result on an antigen detection self-test (provided that a virus detection test, RT-PCR or antigen test is carried out, within 2 days from the start of the shutdown);
  • show symptoms of Covid-19 infection, subject to carrying out a detection test within 2 days of the start of the sick leave;
  • are subject to a measure of placement in isolation or quarantine on their arrival in Guadeloupe, Guyana, Martinique, Mayotte, New Caledonia, French Polynesia, Reunion, Saint-Barthélemy , in Saint-Martin or Saint-Pierre-et-Miquelon;
  • are subject to quarantine or placement in isolation on their arrival in metropolitan France or overseas from a country or territory facing a particularly active circulation of the epidemic or the spread certain variants of SARS-CoV-2 characterized by a risk of increased transmissibility or immune escape;
  • return to mainland France from certain foreign countries

Government Loan and Support Programs

  • In the event of proven difficulty, the State (through Bpifrance) can guarantee up to 90% of the cash loans that companies (SMEs and mid-caps) may need. The President of the Republic announced a state guarantee for bank loans granted to companies up to 300 billion euros.
  • A toll-free number (0 969 370 240) has been operational since March 10 to refer companies to Bpifrance regional offices for issues related to their treasury.
  • Companies can request the support of the State and the Banque de France (credit mediation) in their requests for rescheduling of loans and moratoriums with their banking establishments for the next 6 months. - Contact form for the Credit Mediator:
  • The Minister of Economy and Finance also announced the creation of a solidarity fund of 1 billion euros minimum "for micro-entrepreneurs, for small businesses, for the self-employed, who have less than one million turnover "and who" lost, between March 2019 and March 2020, 70% of their turnover ".
  • For VSEs and SMEs, invoices (water, gas, rents, electricity) may be temporarily suspended (consultations are carried out by the State with major donors and large supplier companies).
  • Business Mediator ( ) for businesses that face a conflict in their business relationships with customers and / or suppliers. Business Ombudsman contact form:
  • For certain sectors (construction, chemicals), an acceleration of the approval procedures for new sources of supply, in order to support the sectors while respecting social, environmental and European standards.
  • The Government has devoted a maximum of 80 million euros to “Frontier Venture” fund to help startups by investing a maximum of 5 million euros or 50% of the equity investment pool.

Government Guaranteed Loans (PGEs) The PGE device concerns:

  • one-year cash loans,
  • which can cover up to three months of turnover excluding tax,
  • granted between March 16, 2020 and June 30, 2021,
  • without any other guarantee or security requested from the borrower (except for large companies:> 5,000 employees or turnover> 1.5 billion euros).

The loan must have all of the following characteristics:

  • a minimum grace period of twelve months (repayment begins after a year);
  • the option for borrowers, at the end of the first year, to amortize over an additional period one, two, three, four, or five years (after the first year of repayment, possibility of spreading repayment up to an additional five years).

The loan benefits from a 90% state guarantee for companies that employ in France less than 5,000 employees and have a turnover of less than 1.5 billion euros. The banks thus retain a portion of the associated risk, which is nevertheless limited. After the granting of the loan guaranteed by the State, the level of assistance that the lender holds vis-à-vis the borrower must be greater than the level of support he provided to the latter on March 16 2020. Clarification of October 31, 2020: The loan guaranteed by the state can be requested until June 30, 2021. For companies that will not be able to repay their loans on March 1, 2021, they may obtain a payment deferral for an additional year, which will not be considered as a default of payment.

State Guaranteed Loans (PGE): new extension until 12/31/2021 Bruno Le Maire, Minister of the Economy, Finance and Recovery, announced that the state guaranteed loan scheme would be extended until December 31, 2021. A look back at this major system that helps VSEs and SMEs For lenders, this credit benefits from the state guarantee of up to 90% for VSEs and SMEs via Bpifrance. The State Guaranteed Loan (PGE) can represent up to three months of 2019 revenue, or two years of payroll for innovative companies or companies created since the 1st January 2019. In the latter case, it is the French payroll for the last two years of activity, i.e. 2019 and 2020, excluding contributions employers. Eligibility for the EMP This loan is open to all companies until the end of 2021 everywhere in the territory and whatever their size and legal form. The companies can take out a government guaranteed loan from their usual banking institution or, since May 6, 2020, from lending platforms with the status of crowdfunding intermediary. Beneficiaries of the EMP:

  • Companies
  • Craftsmen and traders
  • Farmers
  • Liberal professions
  • Micro-entrepreneurs
  • Associations and foundations
  • SCI of construction sale
  • Companies in difficulty since 01/01/2020 or in progress of their court-ordered plan
  • Companies in amicable preventive procedures (ad hoc mandate and conciliation) Certain structures are nevertheless excluded from the system:
  • Most SCIs
  • Credit institutions
  • Finance companies
  • Companies which at 12/31/19: -are subject to judicial liquidation proceedings or professional recovery for individuals -are in the observation period of a safeguard procedure or receivership not yet closed at the time of the granting of the EMP

Financing: The Participatory Loan: Decree n ° 2020-1314 of October 30, 2020 relating to the terms of use of appropriations entered for loans participatory fund for economic and social development In the context of the covid-19 health crisis and its repercussions on economic activity, the State released credits intended for the establishment of participatory loans, in the direction of very small and small enterprises. 

Additional "fixed costs" aid: the first returns from the DGFiP The DGFiP gave its feedback on the first cases studied. The main causes of rejection are:

  • the absence or non-exhaustive nature of supporting documents,
  • the absence of signature of the certificate by the accountant or the fact that the certificate was incorrectly filled in,
  • errors in the calculation of EBITDA. In addition, to improve the system and streamline the processing of files by the DGFiP service in charge of the "fixed costs" system, it is necessary to have general balances by month, and not by period, in order to more easily validate the EBITDA spreadsheet.

June Update - The assistance provided for this purpose amounts to 70% of the amount of fixed charges for companies with more than 50 employees and 90% of the amount of these charges for companies with less than 50 employees. It is paid for the first semester of 2021 and is capped at € 10 million for this semester. It should be remembered that this aid is intended for companies which have, on average, more than 1 million euros in monthly turnover and which: - are subject to a ban on welcoming the public; - or belong to one of the sectors strongly affected by the crisis (sectors S1) or to one of the sectors related to these (sectors S1 bis); - or operate a business in a mountain municipality affected by the closure of ski lifts mechanics or in a shopping center which has been prohibited from welcoming the public. In addition, these companies must receive the solidarity fund, have suffered a loss of turnover of at least 50% during the reference period and record a negative gross operating surplus during this same period. Smaller businesses which have very high fixed costs and which belong to one of the following sectors: hotels, traditional catering and residences can also benefit from "fixed costs" aid, without condition of turnover. of tourism of mountain resorts, sports halls, indoor recreation rooms, zoos, hydrotherapy establishments, amusement parks and theme parks. This device has just been modified. And it is expanded to new businesses. Relaxation of eligibility conditions Until then, to benefit from "fixed costs" aid, companies had to have suffered a loss of turnover (turnover) of at least 50% over a period of two months, namely January-February, March -April and May-June. From the second eligible period, i.e. from March 2021, they can benefit from the aid as soon as they have suffered a loss of turnover of at least 50% under '' only one of these two months (for example, under March only or April only). This relaxation therefore allows companies which were not eligible for aid because they did not meet the condition of loss of turnover over the two months considered to benefit from it for the month during which this condition is met. Enlargement of eligible businesses Another development, for companies with a seasonal activity, in particular those domiciled in a mountain area, the "fixed costs" aid can be paid to them as soon as they record a loss of turnover of 50% over an average period of 6 months (thus the period 1 st January to 30 June 2021). And the aid is open to: - companies engaged in the rental of leisure and sporting goods or retailing of sporting goods in specialized stores when at least 50% of turnover is made in the sale retail of skis and ski boots; - discotheques and similar establishments. Creation of a "group fixed costs" aid “Fixed cost” aid becomes open to groups of which certain subsidiaries have reached the eligibility ceiling for the solidarity fund (€ 200,000) or the maximum State aid ceiling authorized by the European Commission for the period of the health crisis (1.8 M €). To this end, a group may submit a consolidated application allowing all of its eligible subsidiaries to benefit from “fixed costs” aid, up to the limit of the remaining limit of € 10 million at group level. Extension of time to request assistance Finally, the deadline for requesting assistance is extended. It is worn to 45 days instead of 15 days from the payment of aid from the Solidarity Fund under the 2 th month of the qualifying period. Thus, the aid for the period March-April 2021 must be deposited within 45 days after the payment of the aid from the solidarity fund for the month of April 2021. Knowing that companies that have received the solidarity fund for the month of March, but not for the month of April, must, for their part, submit their request within 45 days of the expiration of the period. eligible, therefore no later than June 15, 2021. Self-employed workers: a schedule for paying your social security contributions Since the start of the health crisis, Urssaf has allowed self-employed workers (craftsmen, traders and liberal professionals) to defer the payment of their personal social contributions. And the income statement for the year 2020 will allow him to calculate the final amount of social contributions due by self-employed workers for that same year. As such, in the event of social contributions still to be paid, these will be included in the contribution due dates until the end of 2021. A debt relief plan However, if this regularization exceeds the sum of € 1,000 or if it has the effect of increasing by more than 50% the deadlines for current contributions compared to the provisional deadlines for the year 2021, Urssaf will offer self-employed workers a debt relief plan. A plan that will allow them to pay the remaining contributions due beyond 2021. Precision: sending planes clearance will occur between July and December 2021. Except for independent workers under a protected or related industry (Decree No. 2020-371 of 30 March 2020 in force on 1 st January 2021) for which the date of transmission of the deadlines has not yet been determined. The duration of the clearance plan will be set at: - 6 months when the amount of sums due is less than € 500; - 12 months for an amount between € 500 and € 1,000; - 24 months for an amount greater than € 1,000 €. However, self-employed workers will have the possibility to postpone the start date of the payment schedule, to shorten or extend its duration (within the limit of 36 months) and to adapt their means of payment. And this, within 30 days of receiving their schedule via their online account on the Urssaf website. An exceptional easing for the carry-back of deficits Companies subject to corporation tax which generate a fiscal deficit at the end of a financial year can, in principle, opt to have it charged against the profit of the previous financial year, up to the limit of the lower amount between this profit and € 1 million. They then have a deficit carry-back claim, known as a “carry-back” claim, corresponding to the excess tax previously paid. To note : this charge may not be made against exempt profit, distributed profit or profit giving rise to tax paid by means of tax credits. In order to improve the financial situation of companies affected by the Covid-19 health crisis, the corrective finance bill for 2021 provides for the relaxation of the carry-back rules for the deficit noted for the first loss-making year ended at from June 30, 2020 until June 30, 2021. Companies could thus, on option, carry back this deficit on the profits declared for the 3 previous years. And this, without any amount limit being required. Assistance for buyers of a business in 2020 Companies which acquired a business in 2020 and which did not generate any turnover during that same year due to the administrative closure imposed on them to fight the Covid-19 epidemic can benefit financial assistance. See more information on government site: MaPrimeRénov 'is open to landlord owners Good news ! Since 1 st July 2021, the landlords can access MaPrimeRénov device. Thus, they can submit their aid folder for eligible work completed since 1 st October 2020. Recall that this device provides funding for insulation, heating, ventilation, energy audit of a house or an apartment in collective housing. The amount of the premium varies depending on the eligible materials and equipment, up to a ceiling of € 20,000 for work on housing. It should be noted that owner-lessors can claim the same aid packages as owner-occupiers, under the same income conditions. In detail, they can benefit from MaPrimeRénov 'to renovate up to three rental units, regardless of the type of property (individual house or apartment). In return, they must undertake to rent the renovated accommodation for a minimum period of 5 years.

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