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    Fixed travel allowance once again extended: until July 1

    Although initially, the regulation allowing you to continue to pay a fixed travel allowance to employees who do not incur commuting expenses as a result of working from home due to the coronavirus pandemic was scheduled to be revoked on April 1, the outgoing cabinet has once again decided to extend the regulation. Until July 1, 2021, there are no consequences for an employee’s fixed travel allowance if commuting habits change as a result of working from home. The travel allowance will remain untaxed, even if the employee does not (regularly) commute to work anymore. The condition remains that the employee in question had to be eligible for a fixed travel allowance before March 13, 2020.

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