Since the start of 2019, the French have been paying their taxes every month, but only receiving their tax credits twice a year, in January and July. The government has announced that it wants to erase this gap. The first affected will be the elderly and the disabled.
The tax credit, for his nanny or his cleaning lady, will be reimbursed more quickly. For taxpayers, this is good news. Since the implementation of the withholding tax, tax credits have been paid out with a one-year delay and in two installments: in January, then in July. A budgetary effort for households that the Minister of Public Accounts, Gérald Darmanin, wishes to eliminate.
The system extended to all households by 2022?
An experiment will be carried out from next July in Paris and in the North, but only for dependent elderly people. If the test proves successful, the payment of the tax credit each month will be extended to all households by 2022. A pleasing prospect for the Federation of home employers, convinced that this will encourage hiring. The experiment, launched next year, represents an effort of 900 million euros for the State.