“Tell us once.
The government is continuing its strategy of eliminating redundant administrative procedures for businesses.
Self-employed workers exercising a craft, industrial, commercial or liberal activity and affiliated to the general scheme for self-employed workers, thus benefit, from this year 2021, from the unified tax and social declaration.
"The General Directorate of Public Finances (DGFiP) becomes their sole interlocutor who will transmit the information to Urssaf
Unions for the recovery of social security contributions and family allowances)", specifies Olivier Dussopt, Minister Delegate in charge of Public Accounts.
A measure awaited by professional organizations such as the Confederation of Crafts and Small Building Enterprises (Capeb), which welcomes "a real simplification in terms of formalities".
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Concretely, the social declaration of the self-employed, which was carried out on the net-entreprises.fr site, is deleted.
The persons concerned, whether or not they are taxable, must therefore complete their usual tax return electronically on the impots.gouv.fr site: they have access to their income tax return, which is supplemented by a “social” section.
Autoentrepreneurs not concerned
Once the declaration has been validated, the data necessary for the calculation of personal social contributions and contributions will be sent to Urssaf, to the CGSS (General Social Security Fund), as well as to the liberal professions pension fund, if applicable.
These organizations will be able to adjust the schedules of the estimated contributions for this year and to adjust the final contribution for 2020.
Autoentrepreneurs are not affected by this device.
From 2022, this unified declaration will be accessible to people covered by the Mutualité Sociale Agricole (MSA) schemes, artist-authors, fishermen and contracted practitioners and medical auxiliaries.
The single tax and social declaration will then concern 2.3 million self-employed persons.