Business incorporation tax in France to be reduced

By Valérie Aston on 13 September 2016 · Viewed 2455 times · Questions

The government in France has confirmed that French incorporation tax called Impots sur les societes, also referred to as IS, will be reduced from 2017.

The existing incorporation is 15% up to 38,120 euros of profit, then 33.33% for profit ranging above 38,120 euros. From 2017 incorportated companies such as EURL, SARL, SAS, SASU opting for Impots sur les societes, will be paying 28% of incorporation tax for their profit ranging from 38,000 euros to 75,000 euros.

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About the author: Valérie Aston

I've been helping people who want to start or already have a small business set up in France since 2009. After graduating from a Master of Business Administration (MBA) degree, I worked as a senior marketing consultant in the UK and France for various International companies. I worked as a conseillère en création d'entreprises (senior business advisor) for BGE here in France and run this independent business on a daily basis.