Global Employee Benefits & Tax Resources

Employee benefits laws and tax rules differ between countries, jurisdictions and regions.

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Written by Ally Fekaiki
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In order to have clarity on how Juno might be treated in your local jurisdiction, we have collected some resources to help.

N.B. This is not tax advice.

Please consult with your finance and tax teams in your local jurisdiction before proceeding with any employee benefits programmes.


Benefits in kind are taxable in France in the same way as an employee’s salary. This is achieved by adding the benefit in kind to the gross salary on an employee’s payslip. Social security deductions are calculated on this total amount.


As a rule, it can be stated that all types of remuneration and benefits received by an employee for services rendered constitute taxable income.


Benefits-in-kind are taxable, although there are cases in which a tax saving might be obtained by providing an employee with a benefit-in-kind rather than the cash equivalent.

United States

In the United States, all BIK are considered taxable unless specifically excluded in the tax code. Even non-taxable BIK have limits and exceptions that must be considered prior to agreeing on compensation.

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