CSG and CRDS on activity and replacement income

Verified 01 January 2024 - Legal and Administrative Information Directorate (Prime Minister)

The CSG (generalized social contribution) and the CRDS (contribution to the repayment of social debt) are levied on working income (salary, income of the self-employed, etc.) and on replacement income (unemployment benefits, retirement pensions, etc.). Rates vary by situation. Part of the CSG is sometimes deductible for income tax. Some income is exempt from CSG.

What applies to you ?

Do you receive a salary?
Do you have any other professional income?
Do you receive daily social security benefits?
Do you receive an unemployment benefit?
Do you have early retirement?
Do you receive a retirement pension?
Do you receive a disability pension?
Do you receive family allowances?
Do you receive social assistance?
Get a housing allowance?

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