The Macron bonus could be increased to 2,000 euros for employees, said Bruno Le Maire Tuesday, March 31, 2020.

Containment: The Macron bonus of 1000 Euros can be Doubled

The government confirmed on Wednesday 1st April that the exceptional purchasing work bonus of 1000 euros could be increased. After the Bonus for caregivers and health personnel announced by Emmanuel Macron, the government confirmed Wednesday 1st April 2020 that the exceptional bonus of purchasing power of 1000 euros, called Macron bonus,  could be increased to 2000 euros, under […]

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Due to the coronavirus pandemic, the 2019 tax return is postponed to April 20

Coronavirus Covid-19: Government Delays Start of Tax Return to April 20th

Originally scheduled for April 9th, 2020, the 2019 tax return is postponed to April 20th, due to the coronavirus crisis, announced Gérald Darmanin. A direct consequence of confinement. Tuesday 31st March 2020, Gérald Darmanin, Minister of Action and Public Accounts, announced that the 2019 tax return will be delayed. Initially scheduled for April 9th, it can be done online or on […]

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Due to the coronavirus epidemic, the CAF is paying social benefits earlier in April

Coronavirus: Social Benefits Paid Two Days in Advance in April

EPIDEMIC: Due to the coronavirus, the CAF is paying social benefits earlier in April, which represents a cash advance of 5 billion euros for the State In order not to penalize beneficiaries who have to withdraw their money from banks, whose operation may be disrupted due to the coronavirus, the payment of social benefits by the CAF, […]

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Are banks open during the coronavirus confinement ?

Coronavirus: Are Banks in Service During Confinement?

MONEY: Although there shouldn’t be a shortage of cash, banking services could slow over the coronavirus confinement period Banks, which are part of essential businesses, remain open during confinement. All the usual services and operations are accessible, but players in the banking sector call for priority to remote solutions. If the agencies are open, some […]

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Primark Closes Stores Across Europe over Coronavirus

Primark has been forced to close 20% of its stores after European governments shut down high streets to prevent the spread of coronavirus. Lockdowns in Italy, France and Austria are expected to cost the budget retailer about £190 million over the next four weeks. Primark owner Associated British Food has said it has closed one […]

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Apple has just announced the closing of its stores this Saturday because of the coronavirus

Coronavirus in Seine-et-Marne: Apple to Close Two Stores

Apple has just announced the closing of its stores this Saturday due to the spread of the coronavirus. While the coronavirus continues to spread, Apple has just taken strict measures. Its CEO, Tim Cook, announced on his Twitter account the closure of all stores outside of China, until March 27. The 20 French shops are of course concerned and […]

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Aldi is not the only one interested in the acquisition of Leader Price from Casino

Aldi is not the only one Interested in the Acquisition of Leader Price from Casino

SUPERMARKETS: The Casino group is no longer in exclusive negotiations with Aldi for the acquisition of Leader price The 700 Leader Price stores are still for sale. And contrary to what had been announced in January, the Aldi chain is not the only interested in this acquisition, according to information from Business Insider. In September 2019, the German hard discounter entered […]

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Regulated electricity prices started to rise again in February.

Electricity: 2.4% Rate Hike Effective on the 1st February

This increase will be applied on the 1st February 2020 on the regulated electricity sales tariffs (TRV), the government announced on Wednesday 22nd January 2020. And three. After that 5.9 % in June 2019 and 1.23% in August 2019, a further rise in regulated prices of electricity sales (TRV) will be applied to the 1st February 2020, the government said. This […]

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The development tax, also called “garden shed” tax, increases further for the year 2020.

The Garden Shed Tax Increases Again in 2020, are you Concerned?

If you have construction, renovation or expansion projects, you may have to pay a taxe d’aménagement, known as the garden shed tax. It’s bad news, it has increased this year. It is called the “garden shed” tax. This year again, after several years of increase, the taxe d’aménagement, is increased again in 2020. In Île-de-France, according to the order published in the […]

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The Livret A rate will fall from February 2020 to its floor level of 0.5%, as foreseen by its new calculation formula.

Savings: Livret A will drop from 0.75% to 0.5% in February

With this measure, the Minister of Economy Bruno Le Maire intends to stimulate the funding of public policies and encourage the French to diversify their investments. End of the suspense for the Livret A: the rate will fall from February 2020 to its floor level of 0.5%, as foreseen by its new calculation formula. This was announced Wednesday 15th […]

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