Luxembourg to increase VAT rates from January 2024

30 November 2023

From 1 January 2024, Luxembourg will increase the standard rate of VAT (which applies to most goods and services supplied in the country) from 16% to 17%.
 
At the same time, the lower VAT rates (which applies to a limited amount of goods and services including printed materials, gas and electricity) will also increase from 13% and 7% to 14% and 8% respectively.
 
This increase will take the VAT rates in the country back to their normal levels and ends the temporary reduction that was implemented from January 2023.

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