Choosing an office for allocations familiales
I have lived in Switzerland a couple of years and my husband receives allocations familiales for the children as I was on maternity leave.
I have now set up as an independent lawyer offering English legal services to expats and I am being asked to choose an office to which to pay allocations familiales.
I am being asked whether I want to pay allocations familiales to INTER which deals with lawyers or Civaf who deal with Valais.
Ive tried calling them to get more information but haven't got very far.
Has anyone else had this experience?
Are the rates one pays means tested and so the same no matter which office you pay?