Your accounting firm NGP EXPERTISE in Paris 15th informs you that you can request the staggering of the reimbursement of your PGE if you have difficulties in repaying it and that it accompanies you in this process, in particular to establish the required certificate
You use the services of an auto-entrepreneur, what are the essential points to check and the precautions to take to avoid disputes and sanctions? More accessible services, flexibility of intervention, ease of contracting... Many of you regularly use the services of auto-entrepreneurs, but are you in the rules? Alexis NANQUETTE of NGP EXPERTISE, chartered accountant in Paris 15th takes stock.
Last year, 46% (source INSEE) of French marriages ended in divorce. Statistically, a significant number of business leaders find themselves confronted with this delicate situation. In the event of a lack of anticipation of such an outcome to business creation, its sustainability is systematically challenged. Alexis NANQUETTE of NGP EXPERTISE, Chartered Accountant in Paris 15th and Expert in wealth management informs you and helps you anticipate this eventuality.
The amount and certain terms of payment of financial aid for recruitment under apprenticeship or professionalization contracts concluded since 1-1-2023 by employers with less than 250 employees have been modified. Presentation of these changes which make it possible to benefit from aid that is always very attractive.
Your chartered accountant in Paris 15th arrondissement details the main measures of the 2023 finance law. After being seized by parliamentarians, the Constitutional Council validated almost all of the draft finance law for 2023. And if this year the finance law does not upset your tax environment, it does however bring several adjustments to your taxation personal and professional. Our accounting firm in Paris presents the main measures introduced by this law marked by inflation and the energy crisis and is at your side to integrate them as best as possible into the management of your business.
Since 1 November 2019, self-employed persons who cease their activity involuntarily may be entitled to a replacement income: the Allowance for self-employed workers (ATI). The rules for granting this allowance have just been relaxed since 1 April to open this benefit to more self-employed people.