Is the Cesu system only for residents?

Is it true that the Cesu system which simplifies employing a person in the home, such as a cleaner, is only for residents and not open to holiday home owners?  N.L.

Yes… and no. A spokeswoman for Acoss, the body in charge of the national Urssaf network, said it is correct that non-residents should not use the standard Cesu system – but there is a similar scheme specifically for them, called Tpee.

People can sign up for this at www.tpee.urssaf.fr and it is for anyone who employs workers in the home for personal services, such as gardening or cleaning, during their stays in France. It helps people make sure they are meeting their responsibilities in terms of social charge contributions for the employee.

To join the scheme, you click adhérer under Identification. The site has an English option.

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