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Airbnb type rental: Umih considers maintaining the tax loophole for 2023 income “incomprehensible”

2024-02-19T21:00:40.594Z

Highlights: The Union of Hotel Trades and Industries (Umih) “regrets that the progress obtained in the Senate in the 2024 finance law does not apply to 2023 income,” she protests in a press release. This decision “is all the more incomprehensible in the midst of the housing crisis,’ protested Umih French Hospitality President Véronique Siegel. The government did not want to go so low but, in the twists and turns of recourse to 49.3, had allowed this article to pass by mistake.


An article adopted in the 2024 budget this fall lowered the tax allowance on rentals of furnished tourist accommodation to 30% (as of


The pill doesn't work.

The first employers' organization in the hotel and catering industry, Umih, expressed on Monday its incomprehension regarding the maintenance of a tax reduction for 2023 income from furnished tourist rentals, such as Airbnb, the subject of a quack from the government last year.

At the initiative of senators from several sides, an article adopted in the 2024 budget this fall reduced the tax allowance on rentals of furnished tourist accommodation to 30% (instead of 71%) in areas which encounter difficulties in access to housing.

The government did not want to go so low but, in the twists and turns of recourse to 49.3, had allowed this article to pass by mistake.

An “incomprehensible” decision

A hiccup that the government wanted to correct by allowing taxpayers, via a note from the Official Bulletin of Public Finances dedicated to taxes published last Wednesday, to use the previous rate for 2023 income, despite, therefore, the finance law .

This has already prompted an appeal by a communist senator, Ian Brossat, to the Council of State.

The Union of Hotel Trades and Industries (Umih) “regrets that the progress obtained in the Senate in the 2024 finance law does not apply to 2023 income by leaving the possibility for owners to opt for a more favorable tax regime,” she protests in a press release.

This decision “is all the more incomprehensible in the midst of the housing crisis,” protested Umih French Hospitality President Véronique Siegel, quoted in the press release.

Source: leparis

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