French and Luxembourg Ministers of Finance have signed an agreement increasing the maximum allowed amount of remote work days for cross-border workers. It’s now 34 days, five more than before.
This is an important step in settling double taxation disputes. From now on, there should be no disagreement in reading the law. The employee will pay taxes in the state where the company is registered. As long as he or she does not exceed the 34 days limit.
The document was signed the day before by ministers Yuriko Backes and Bruno Le Maire. Now Luxembourg and France must ratify the papers from each side for the amendments to fully come into force.