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Now with better tax advantages!
In 1.January 2010, the new income tax law improved the tax-exempt part of the Employer-Subsidized Commuter Ticket. Earlier the maximum tax-exempt part was 25% of the purchasing price of the ticket. Now the tax-exempt can annually be up to 300 € in value. Moreover, an Employer-Subsidized Commuter Ticket is considered as tax-exempt income, when its value is between 600 and 3400 €. With the new law, we were also able to add Value Ticket to the Employer-Subsidized Commuter Ticket assortment.
The tax advantage can be applied only with employer-subsidized tickets. However, the existing ticket system can be used in establishing the company’s Employer-Subsidized Commuter Ticket practice. The employer can make a contract with the ticket sales organisation, and name the company personnel to whom the Employer-Subsidized Commuter Ticket benefit is given. The key point is that the employer must pay the company’s part of the ticket price directly to the sales organization. Then the employees are free to purchase and load their tickets themselves.