French Tax

French Tax

Save time, money and stress with our guide to taxation in France. Here, you can find all the up-to-date information on French Tax. Learn about the aspects of French taxation affecting your home and life when you purchase a French property and/or move to France.

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Moving to France – The Tax Considerations

Moving to France or buying property there should be the start of an exciting and fulfilling stage of your life. Dealing with complex tax legislation may be daunting, but with early and careful planning you can prevent headaches and make the most of tax-efficient opportunities.

What Are Your Uk Pension Options in France Today?

Pensions are often the key to long-term financial security, so it is crucial to take extreme care when deciding what to do here. Expatriates have the added complication of factoring in the tax rules of two countries, as well as the potential for Brexit to limit the range of opportunities.

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France Tax Changes for 2019

This year’s changes are rather muted compared to 2018’s big reforms to the taxation of investment income and wealth tax.

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Review Your Finances for the New Year

The new year is a good time to reflect on the previous 12 months and look ahead to what the coming year may bring. Make sure one new year’s resolution is to review your financial planning to check it is up-to-date and on track to protect your family’s long-term wealth.