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AGS contribution rate - 13.12.2017

AGS contribution rate : 0.15%

The AGS (Association pour la gestion du régime de Garantie des créances des Salariés) Board of Directors decided, at its meeting of 12 December 2017, that the AGS contribution rate would remain unchanged at 0,15%.

AGS Contribution Rate - 29.06.2017

AGS contribution rate : 0,15%

The AGS general contribution rate falls from 0.20% to 0.15%

The AGS Board of Directors’ meeting chaired by the MEDEF and held on 29 June 2017, decided to reduce the AGS contribution rate from its level of 0.20% since the beginning of the year, to 0.15% starting from 1 July 2017. 

This new 0.15% rate applies to compensations paid on or after 1 July 2017, including when these compensations concern an employment period prior to this date, in accordance with Articles L.242-1 and R.243-6 of the French Social Security Code.(1)

The decision to reduce the contribution rate was based on several findings: the current economic situation, the continued decline in the number of new insolvency proceedings in France, and the outlook for growth in 2017 and 2018.
This decision, which was mainly promoted by the MEDEF delegation on the AGS Board of Directors, contributes to the wider goal of reducing the burden of payroll charges for companies.

(1) Note that Decree no. 2016-1567 of 21 November 2016 regarding the generalisation of the DSN (Nominative payroll declaration) becomes applicable on 1 January 2018. As such, the applicable rates and caps will be those in force at the time of the employment period and not at the time the compensation was paid.