The Luxembourg government previously announced a number of measures in relation to the 2017 tax reform (for previous coverage on all the measures announced in the frame of the tax reform, see our newsletters 2016-06 and 2016-09). One of the announcements intends to encourage the supply of land and homes in Luxembourg, with reduced tax rates for gains realised from the disposal of such real estate (other than the taxpayer’s principal property, which continues to be exempt from tax).
On 3 May 2016 the government published a draft tax bill concerning this measure. The draft bill sets out additional details of the intended measures:
Please note that for land and properties held for up to 2 years, the capital gain will continue to be subject to tax under the current rules.
We expect the bill to be debated in the Luxembourg parliament and enacted into law prior to 1 July 2016.
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