Banking in France Banking in France can seem very different to what you are used to. Things are changing and internet banking is becoming more popular, but some of the processes can still seem very dated and not very customer…
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As renting a room via Airbnb or selling a few knickknacks on ‘Leboncoin’ become more popular, there is some confusion as to how to declare these earnings.
A look beyond the technicalities of the setup, which is of course part of it, but more at the fears that sometimes prevent us from taking that initial step into the unknown.
It’s a dream renovation in Normandy… Although busy as a blogger, author, antiques hunter and mother, Sharon Santoni still finds time to give her family’s home a welcoming, informal feel that reflects the best of French interiors and hospitality. FE: When…
If you are reading this, it’s probably because you like me have a dream….. And that dream involves relocating to France, land maybe setting up your own business…
A business structure suited for the sole trader in France. Under the EIRL the entrepreneur allocates a designated share of their assets to the business or professional activity to protect personal property .
Putting together a business plan is a great way to focus your mind on exactly what your enterprise is going to be – and whether it is viable….
Sophie and Ray Hicks of Boucherie à La Ferme talk about selling their business inthe Limousin –what a great opportunity it could be for someone looking for a lifestyle change! We find out more. – When did you move to…
From September 1 onwards, residents in France will not be allowed to make payments of more than 1,000 euros in cash, down from 3,000 previously. Payments in excess of 1,000 euros must be made using another form of payment such as cheque or credit card.
Starting on January 1st, 2015, auto-entrepreneur businesses must have a dedicated bank account for their financial accounting separate from their personal bank account.
With bills going up and the exchange rate to consider, buying a property in France that can double as a business premises is a popular way to make the move and keep some money coming in.
It’s daunting enough trying to set up a business in your own country, in your own language, but to do so in a foreign country can be frightening. To give you a helping hand, here are a few pointers about how to run a business in France.