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Understanding and avoiding French succession law

In France, children are protected heirs but spouses have few rights. Estate planning tools like Brussels IV may help avoid succession law restrictions.

Seven things you need to consider when moving to France

With early and careful planning, you can make the most of tax-efficient opportunities when moving to France or buying a French property.

Reviewing your pension options for your life in France

Whether UK expatriates in France should leave pensions in the UK or transfer to a QROPS depends on your personal situation and the tax implications.

Taking up residence in France? Take advice early

When moving to France, take advice early so you don’t miss out on any tax and estate planning opportunities for yourself and your heirs.

French taxation in 2019 – what you need to know

Residents of France are liable to French income tax, social charges, wealth tax on property and your heirs will pay inheritance tax.

Capital gains tax in France

French residents are liable to capital gains tax when selling worldwide property and investments. Some exemptions and reliefs are available.

Cross-border financial planning for expatriates in France

Do you live in France but have assets in the UK? Cross-border tax and estate planning for two countries is complex but there are solutions.

France tax return time – are you correctly declaring your worldwide income?

When filing your French tax return ensure you declare your UK pensions, ISAs, premium bonds, capital gains and rental income correctly.

How much capital gains tax will you pay when selling a property in France?

Understand what tax you will pay on property gains in France and what exemptions and tax reliefs are available.

Is your tax planning for France up to date?

Residents in France need to be aware of French tax changes for 2019, including a new social charges rate, PAYE and stricter non-disclosure rules.

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