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France tax changes for 2019

2019 sees the introduction of PAYE and lower social charges on investment income in France for many expatriate retirees and non-residents.

What can expatriates in France do with their UK pension in 2019?

What are today’s options for expatriates in France with UK pensions and what can you do to ensure financial security in retirement?

Tougher sanctions for non-disclosure of non-French bank accounts and insurance policies

Are you correctly declaring your non-French bank accounts and insurance policies? The penalties for non-disclosure have been reinforced.

French social charges – good news for S1 holders and non-residents

French social charges on investment income have been reduced from 17.2% to 7.5% for many expatriate retirees and non-residents.

French taxation in 2019

What changes in 2019 regarding French taxation on income, investments and assurance-vie, and how will the new PAYE affect you?

What you need to know today about UK pensions in France

We explore 7 key issues affecting UK pensions in France and how expatriates can take advantage of tax-efficient opportunities before Brexit.

Reviewing your pension options in France in the face of Brexit

Expatriates in France today can leave pensions in the UK, take a lump sum, transfer overseas and more, but Brexit may limit the options.

Five questions to ask about your UK pension in France

Get answers to key pension questions that may affect expatriates in France and see how you can make the most of today’s opportunities.

Make time to future-proof your legacy in France

By understanding how French succession tax and law will affect chosen heirs, British expatriates can take steps to protect their legacy.

What expatriates can and can’t do with UK pensions in France

What are the current options for different UK pensions in France and how can expatriates find the most tax-efficient and beneficial approach?

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