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markdfink
8/21/2019 07:56 EST

Hi all,

Does anyone have experience with the process of registering with the URSSAF? There is a U. S. based company that is interested in hiring me as a France based employee. It was suggested that the best approach would be for this company to register with the URSSAF prior to hiring me, but I'm curious as to what all is involved with that process.

Thanks,

Mark

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RubyTooz
8/21/2019 11:37 EST

Hi Mark,

Our bilingual accounting partners posted this explanation, which might help https://www.frenchbusinessadvice.com/TFE-Foreign-firm-slip

Best of luck,
Dennelle
www.renestance.com

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majgroves
8/21/2019 17:49 EST

Mark,

Also, from Wikipedia:

"The French URSSAF (Unions de Recouvrement des Cotisations de Sécurité Sociale et d'Allocations Familiales, meaning the Organizations for the Collection of Social Security and Family Benefit Contributions) is a network of private organizations created in 1960 whose main task is to collect employee and employer social security contributions that finance the Régime general (general account) of France's social security system, including state health insurance (Assurance maladie en France [fr]).

They also manage two other salary deductions for the French Ministry of Economy, Industry and Employment: the CSG (Contribution sociale généralisée, or general social contribution) and the CRDS (Contribution au remboursement de la dette sociale, a contribution for the repayment of the French social security deficit).

URSSAF employees are not, as commonly assumed, civil servants, and thus they are covered by the same employment agreements as other social security employees."

Ron

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markdfink
8/23/2019 11:22 EST

Thanks! This is group is awesome! :o)

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markdfink
8/23/2019 13:22 EST

...and English is is my first language... LOL!

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