We invite you to consult the Guichet.lu website which gather in detail and comprehensively every information pertaining to the creation of a company, its operation, finance / public aid, human resources, taxation, legal and commercial management, research / innovation, etc.
MyGuichet is a secure interactive platform on guichet.lu, which allows administrative formalities to be carried out online with the competent administration from anywhere and at any time.
How to take over or start up a business in Luxembourg?
How to start a self-employed or independent activity? Which legal form of business is the most suitable for my project?
How to apply for registration in the trade and companies register? How to register for social security or VAT?
The Business Portal can guide you through the 5 main steps required to start a business.
Luxembourg is very attached to the importance of sustainable development of the national economy and the environmental protection.
The law on environmental protection contains specific provisions with regard to classified establishments (which need an operating licence known as commodo/incommodo authorization), the fight against air pollution, waste management and water protection.
Moreover, businesses interested in investing in environmental protection can benefit from public aid.
Before embarking on any business creation, takeover or expansion project, entrepreneurs must ask themselves how they are going to finance their investment.
In this regard, government aid may represent a considerable advantage for a business. However, it should never form the basis of a financing plan.
In addition, the success and continuity of a business depends on healthy financial management.
This section provides comprehensive information on the different forms of bank and non-bank financing available for your business, accounting and financial management and the main types of government aid available.
In order to ensure good social security cover, employers and self-employed workers are subject to declaration obligations and administrative formalities with the social security institutions.
The following section presents the formalities and procedures that are required with the social security institutions in Luxembourg.
You will also find the necessary procedures to be followed in the event of an accident or illness and the prevention measures for the health and safety of workers, namely as regards hazardous jobs, accounting and financial management and the main types of government aid available.
Managing human resources is a fundamental element of proper business operation.
Choosing the right people, sound day-to-day management, knowledge of the labour laws and forward-looking skills management are key to developing the human capital of any business.
This section presents, in a logical and structured manner, the different aspects of the human resources department as well as the legal obligations for the employer.
How does business taxation work in Luxembourg? What taxes and duties are levied when starting up a business? Are my profits subject to corporation tax? How does VAT in Luxembourg work? What is the fiscal impact of a business transfer or a termination of activity?
The Business Portal supports businesses in their procedures to declare and pay taxes in Luxembourg.