In 2018, education vouchers become fully subject to “IRS” assessment. Previously, these vouchers, allocated to dependents for the payment of schools and other education services and expenses, were eligible for a maximum tax credit of up to €1,100 per dependent.
The General Assembly approved legislation that reduces from 23% to 0% the VAT charged by professionals of non-conventional therapies (alternative medicines such as acupuncture, herbal medicine, naturopathy, osteopathy, chiropractic, traditional Chinese medicine, etc.).
Not only will final consumers save directly with the exemption from VAT, these expenses will also qualify for medical tax credits in “IRS” reporting.