Monday, August 1, 2016

Gas, transportation, savings … These rates change on 1st August – Obs


Regulated tariffs Power down 0.5%. For professionals, the drop should be 1.5%

But consumers will receive a retroactive bill. At the origin of this catch, a decision in June by the State Council. He canceled a decree of October 2014, which was the rate increase to 2.5%. This increase was deemed insufficient by the court

EDF. Therefore remedial bill

Regarding the gas , the regulated tariffs Engie increase by an average of 2%. “This increase is 0.7% for those who use gas for cooking, 1.2% for those which have a dual use cooking and hot water and 2.1% for households who heat with gas, “said

#Plan housing savings

the rate of housing savings plan falling 1.5% to 1% . This reduction applies only PEL which will be subscribed for from 1 August 2016, the other retaining their former rate of pay.

#Livret A

Here, it does not really change :. the Livret A rate is maintained at 0.75%


from Monday, Airbnb extends to 18 additional cities collection of tourist tax which applied to Paris and Chamonix.

Travelers who book accommodation in Ajaccio, Annecy, Antibes, Avignon, Biarritz, Bordeaux, Cannes, La Rochelle, Lille, Lyon, Marseille, Montpellier, Nantes, Nice, Saint-Malo, Strasbourg and Toulouse must now fulfill them at the time of booking.


in Paris, where rents are capped for a year, benchmark rents are adjusted. The increase is 1% to 2% on average. It is this reference rent, which varies according to several criteria (location, category …) that assesses whether occupied housing is too expensive. It is possible to know its basic rent by consulting the map.

This scale will be upgraded in August 2017.


the metro ticket in Ile-de-France goes from 1.80 euros to 1.90 euros and a book of 10 now costs 14.50 euros against 14.10 euros before.

as announced by the president of region Valérie Pécresse (LR), the Navigo pass single tariff increases of 3 euros per month and goes to 73 euros. This will fund “renovation and renewal of rolling stock,” explained in June the vice president in charge of transport in the region, Stephane Beaudet.



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