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France Confirms Tax Incentive To Boost Youth Employment

by Ulrika Lomas, Tax-News.com, Brussels

13 May 2015


The French Government has issued a document detailing its measures to encourage greater employment, including some tax breaks.

Following on from earlier announcements that stressed the importance of tackling unemployment, the Government has now released its "Plan de Mobilisation." This sets out in detail the steps to be implemented from September 2015. The Government is particularly concerned about the falling uptake of apprentices, especially by small enterprises. Therefore, businesses with fewer than 11 employees who take on a young apprentice will receive a full reimbursement of employer's social security contributions on the first year's salary.

The Plan also contains other measures to encourage businesses to consider apprentices, including promotional campaign and employer training.

TAGS: tax | tax incentives | fiscal policy | social economy | unemployment | social security | France | tax breaks | tax reform

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