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Corporate Social Solidarity Contribution (C3S)

Social Levies FranceLegal entities engaged in an economic activity in the competitive sector that generate turnover excl. VAT of at least €760,000 are required to pay a social solidarity contribution intended to finance the social protection of self-employed workers. An additional contribution to the social solidarity contribution was introduced as of 1 January 2005.
The rate of contributions is 0.16% (0.13% for the corporate social solidarity contribution and 0.03% for the additional contribution) of sales, minus deductions.
C3S and the additional contribution must be reported and paid to the national fund of the social security scheme for the self-employed (RSI).
C3S yielded €3.98 billion in 2007 and the additional contribution €917 million. C3S is expected to yield €4.39 billion in 2009 and the additional contribution €1.01 billion.

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