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It pays to think beyond residency when preparing for Brexit in France

The Brexit countdown is on to secure French residency, but expatriates can also benefit from reviewing their tax and financial planning.

Will you pay less tax in France this year?

French tax changes for 2018 mean you could pay less tax on your investments and investment income.

The new UK tax year: What changes from April?

The new UK tax year starts from 6 April 2018. Are there changes to tax rules, rates and allowances that may affect Britons living in Europe?

Spanish residence and taxes. Are you sure you are getting it right?

Establishing where you are resident for tax purposes can be more complex than you think, and could prove very costly if you get it wrong.

Portugal/UK double tax treaty

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

How Brexit could increase Spanish succession tax for your heirs

As things stand, British nationals inheriting assets from Spain could attract a much higher succession tax bill once the UK leaves the EU/EEA.

Six tips for protecting and growing your wealth

At a time of low interest rates, complex taxes and Brexit uncertainty, how can you manage risk and maximise your savings and investments?

Is your UK property worth its weight in tax?

British expatriates with UK property need to be aware of all tax costs, including capital gains, stamp duty, inheritance and higher council taxes.

Are you sure you have escaped UK tax? Understanding the UK residence test

To avoid an unexpected UK tax bill, British expatriates must understand their residency status according to the UK Statutory Residence test.

Changes to French taxation in 2018

2018 sees the introduction of some significant tax reforms in France, particularly for investment assets and income. How will you benefit?

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