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Can you make accommodation available to your parent?

By Mark Holland / a day ago

Question to an expert Can I make accommodation available to a parent or child? The provision of accommodation for the benefit of a parent or ascendant is authorized by law. There is then no rental contract. In return for this, no property charge is then tax deductible and no housing assistance can be obtained. Please […]

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France’s public deficit reduced to nearly 7% of GDP in 2021

By Mark Holland / a day ago

Olivier Dussopt, the Minister of Public Accounts, on the steps of the Elysée, in Paris, January 5, 2022. SARAH MEYSSONNIER / REUTERS France’s public deficit will ultimately be “close to 7%” gross domestic product (GDP) in 2021, said Olivier Dussopt, the Minister of Public Accounts at Sunday newspaper (JDD) of January 16, while the government […]

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Google and Facebook multiply conflicts in France and the United States

By Mark Holland / yesterday

For fifteen days, Google and Meta (parent company of Facebook, editor’s note) continue to make headlines in legal and regulatory news. As of January 6, 2022, the National Commission for Computing and Liberties (Cnil) imposed record fines on them: 150 million euros for the search engine google.fr and its video platform youtube.fr, as well as […]

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This university revolution that Macron dreams of

By Mark Holland / a day ago

The president wants to adapt training to the needs of companies, charge students, reform orientation, give more autonomy to institutions. The French university suffers from a lack of means. © LILIAN CAZABET / Hans Lucas / Hans Lucas via AFP By Marc Vignaud Published on 01/15/2022 at 5:00 p.m. Link copied Copy link Emmanuel Macron […]

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EDF unions, “scandalized”, demand compensation from the State

By Mark Holland / a day ago

The union representatives of employees on the EDF board of directors say they are “scandalized” on Friday by the government’s announcements to limit the rise in electricity prices in France and demand that the State “fully” compensate for the cost of these measures for the group. Faced with soaring energy prices, now less than three […]

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