Good to know!
If you work in Luxembourg, or have worked in Luxembourg, you probably know all of this already.
But, for everyone else, whether you work abroad or are still a student, this information could prove useful to you to make life in Luxembourg a little bit easier.
Working in Luxembourg: Key questions
What are the requirements to work in Luxembourg?
Do I have to be a Luxembourg resident?
How long is the work week?
How does the retirement system work?
What is the social security system like?
What is the tax system like?
I have children; what advantages are on offer?
Whether resident or not, you are eligible to receive a child allowance and tax benefits. Amounts and practical modalities can be found on the CNPF website.
E.g.: 1 child: child allowance 185,60€/ month; tax benefit: 76,88 €/ month
Bank, insurance provider, mobile phone plan, do I have to change them all?
Some helpful links if you want a bit more information.
- Luxembourg.lu (votre portail d’entrée au Luxembourg)
- Caisse Nationale de Santé
- Caisse Nationale des Prestations Familiales
- Agence pour le développement de l’emploi
- ING Luxembourg (ouverture d’un compte gratuite online)
- Immotop (portail immobilier)