Although the implementation of the deduction at source has been postponed for a year, the directorate general of public finance has just launched a test phase, and invites the maximum of future collectors to participate. Details.
Strongly criticized by the leaders of companies, the levy at source will be implemented by the government. Not to January 1, 2018, as was expected, but a year later to allow time for everyone to organize. To this end, the Directorate general of public finance has launched in early July a test phase. The goal is to make it “work exchange between the collectors (companies, local authorities, pension funds, software vendors…)” and “to ensure that the device is technically effective without complexity for businesses, “says the DGFiP in a press release, which hopes for a wider participation as possible in order “to strengthen the security of the system as a whole“. The administration touts the advantages of this experiment : “in you, a candidate in this pilot phase, you take the lead and you will play an important role in the preparation of tax at source in the best conditions of safety and effectiveness“.
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An information page is available on http://www.prelevementalasource.gouv.fr/phasetest. However, the DGFiP , recommended to every collector to make contact, in advance, with its editor software pays to check the date which will be launched this operation and the conditions in which it may accompany.
To participate in this pilot, the companies must then register on the website Dns-info and all other categories of collectors have “rendez-vous on the site Net-companies.
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