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Spain-UK double tax treaty

British expatriates need to understand how the Spain-UK double tax treaty affects them. It’s important to know where your taxes are due.

What happens if you sell your French home after leaving France?

The Constitutional Court ruled that the main home capital gains tax and social charges exemption is only available to French residents.

French wealth tax reform and investment property

From 2018 French wealth tax only applies to property. Shares, bonds and assurance-vie polices are no longer liable to this tax.

Delaying registering for healthcare in France could save tax on your pension

French tax on pension lump sums can be very low in certain circumstances. If you can avoid social charges it will be even lower.

Right place, wrong taxes (France)

UK nationals living in France need to make sure they are paying the right taxes in the right country – getting it wrong could prove costly.

Moving to Portugal – The tax and financial essentials

There can be tax and estate planning advantages to living in Portugal. Its non-habitual resident regime can offer even more benefits.

Major tax reforms in France

The France 2018 budget includes significant changes to how investment income and assets are taxed, including reducing wealth tax.

Assurance-vie in France. Is it worth setting one up if you are over 70?

Assurance-vie policies offer tax and estate planning advantages. While some are lost after age 70 there are still benefits for you and your heirs.

First tax information exchange starting

Global tax transparency through the new ‘automatic exchange of information’ means expats need to take extra care with their tax planning.

Right Place, Wrong Taxes (Spain)

UK nationals living in Spain need to make sure they are paying the right taxes in the right country – getting it wrong could prove costly.

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