Yacht owners : Implementing Order for French social security decree
An Implementing Order of 28 March 2017 was published on 4 April 2017 in the Official Journal of the French Republic, setting out further details on the operation of the French Decree of 9 March 2017. The Implementing Order states that: …
• the amount of the deposit payable by non-French employers to ENIM will be calculated on the basis of a declaration made by the employer, which takes account of the employer’s predicted activity over the next 12 months. The amount can be re-evaluated at the end of the year if this declaration has underestimated the employer’s activity by over 10%;
• the amount of the guarantee payable by non-French employers to ENIM will be 6 months of estimated contributions due, as calculated by ENIM;
• certain information regarding the seafarer and the vessel will need to be provided on the monthly and quarterly declarations submitted by the employer.
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