Financial kick-start for sole traders to be cut

Financial benefits offered to small businesses and micro-entrepreneurs for three years to help them get off the ground are to be significantly reduced.

Since January, the Aide aux créateurs et repreneurs d’entreprises (Acre) regulations have allowed new entrepreneurs to pay reduced social charges.

How much has depended on status and income, but most sole traders with annual earnings under €40,000 have paid only 25% of their full ...

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