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The new investment tax credit in Luxembourg: A boon for the financial sector?
By Jean-Bernard DUSSERT, Partner, Transfer Pricing, EY Luxembourg   The Luxembourg Government has proposed a major overhaul of the country’s investment tax credit (ITC) regime in a draft law (the Draft Law) amending article 152bis of the amended law of 4 December 1967 on income tax. The changes, which are expected to come into effect in 2024, are designed to make the ITC more attractive to businesses and to encourage investment in key areas such as digital transformation and the ecological and energy transition.   Current scope and application of the ITC   The current ITC regime provides an incentive to businesses in the form of a tax credit for specific investments made in tangible assets other than buildings and...
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