Loi Madelin policies for the self-employed in France?

What are the Loi Madelin insurance policies for the self-employed?

Self-employed people can benefit from a range of protection insurances and pensions, which fall under a tax relief system known as the Loi Madelin (Madelin law).

It is named after the minister who introduced the scheme in the 1990s.

Apart from sole traders, this is also available to unsalaried people running companies (SARL, EURL, ...

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