This is our guide to taxation in Luxembourg. You will find everything you need to know, alongside an abundance of information that will be undoubtedly useful when planning to place employees or work within Luxembourg’s borders.
Tomgandhi Consulting tax guides provide a summary of practiced taxation rates on income and rules for the tax year, allowable deductions and tax credits and information regarding special expatriate tax regimes. This guide also covers social security and working visas, highlighting the necessary requirements to work in Luxembourg legally, with key dates highlighted for tax returns. We specialise in helping to reduce tax and administrative overheads for those working in Europe with companies located throughout Europe. Please contact us with any enquires you may have about working in Luxembourg.
Working in Luxembourg
You can find the income tax rates for 2014 in relation to Luxembourg within this section.Luxembourg Income Tax
This section contains relevant information on Social Security within Luxembourg.Luxembourg Social Security
Employers in Luxembourg must apply to the competent authority for employment permits on behalf of the employee.Luxembourg Working Visa