Taxpayers are subject to a cap on tax loopholes that prohibits them from accumulating more than €10,000, per year and per household, in credits and reductions to reduce their income tax. As the profitability of tax-free investments is largely based on the tax savings withdrawn, it is imperative to calibrate the amount invested so as not to exceed either the amount of tax to be wiped off or the ceiling of the niches.
This advice applies to investments in SMEs (directly or through funds), in forests, in Sofica, or those made overseas (Girardin industriel), or in tax SCPIs (Pinel or Denormandie ancient). However, this gauge is not easy to assess, as it does not only include investments.
Don't forget about everyday expenses
It is also necessary to take into account the tax breaks granted for daily expenses such as the employment of a home-based employee or personal services (childcare, cleaning lady, carer, etc.), childcare costs, etc.
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