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Income Tax - Single Person Family Quotient

Verified 07 April 2022 - Legal and Administrative Information Directorate (Prime Minister)

You're single

You are entitled to 1 share of family quotient. However, in some situations, you can benefit from share increase.

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You raised a child alone for 5 years

You get an extra half share if you meet the following 3 conditions:

  1. You lived alone on the 1to January 2021 without any dependants
  2. You are in one of the following 3 situations:
    • You have one or more adult children not attached to your tax centre (or minors subject to personal taxation).
    • You adopted a child who did not die until you reached the age of 16.
      In case of adoption after the age of 10, you must have counted him as a dependent child collected since the age of 10.
    • You had a child (or several) who died after the age of 16 or as a result of war.
  3. You have had the sole or principal charge of this child (or more) for at least 5 years during which you lived alone.

The tax benefit is limited to €951 for the additional half share granted.

You are invalid

You get an extra half share if you are in one of the following 2 situations:

  • You have an inclusive mobility card with a disability
  • You receive a pension (military or accident of work) for a disability of at least 40%

Where the €1,592 shall be achieved for the additional half share granted, a further reduction of €1,587 is applied.

The tax benefit is therefore limited to €3,179.

You're a veteran

You get an extra half share if you meet the following 2 conditions:

  • You are over 74 years of age as of December 31, 2021
  • You have the veteran's card or receive a disability or war victim military pension

Where the €1,592 shall be achieved for the additional half share granted, a further reduction of €1,587 is applied.

The tax benefit is therefore limited to €3,179.

You are divorced/separated

You are entitled to 1 share of family quotient. However, in certain situations, you can benefit from a surcharge.

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You raised a child alone for 5 years

You get an extra half share if you meet the following 3 conditions:

  1. You lived alone on the 1to January 2021 without any dependants
  2. You are in one of the following 3 situations:
    • You have one or more adult children not attached to your tax centre (or minors subject to personal taxation).
    • You adopted a child who did not die until you reached the age of 16.
      In case of adoption after the age of 10, you must have counted him as a dependent child collected since the age of 10.
    • You had a child (or several) who died after the age of 16 or as a result of war.
  3. You have had the sole or principal charge of this child (or more) for at least 5 years during which you lived alone.

The tax benefit is limited to €951 for the additional half share granted.

You are invalid

You get an extra half share if you are in one of the following 2 situations:

  • You have an inclusive mobility card with a disability
  • You receive a pension (military or accident of work) for a disability of at least 40%

Where the €1,592 shall be achieved for the additional half share granted, a further reduction of €1,587 is applied.

The tax benefit is therefore limited to €3,179.

You're a veteran

You get an extra half share if you meet the following 2 conditions:

  • You are over 74 years of age as of December 31, 2021
  • You have a war veteran's card or a disability or war victim military pension

Where the €1,592 shall be achieved for the additional half share granted, a further reduction of €1,587 is applied.

The tax benefit is therefore limited to €3,179.

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