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French taxation in 2020

See the French residence rules and 2020 tax rates for income and investments, social charges, wealth tax and succession tax in France.

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

Despite current circumstances, French residents still need to submit their annual tax returns for worldwide income in June.

Understanding ‘lawful’ and ‘tax’ residence in France

With the Brexit clock still ticking, it’s crucial for UK nationals living in France to know the difference between ‘lawful’ and ‘tax’ residence.

Preparing your finances for the unexpected when living in France

How can expatriates in France prepare investments, tax planning and estate planning for volatile times and protect against life’s unknowns?

Managing your investments when living in France

Expatriates in France will benefit from checking their savings and investments, risk profile, diversification and tax planning are still suitable.

Time to plan ahead for Brexit in France

UK expatriates in France should review their pension, investing and tax options and understand the post-Brexit French exit tax implications.

France’s budget for 2020 is confirmed

How will France’s 2020 budget affect social charges, wealth tax and French income tax on investments, real estate and assurance-vie policies?

Investing in property vs investing in capital investments when living in France

Is it more tax-efficient to invest in property or shares and bonds when living in France? We explore the tax liabilities and other implications.

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?

How is income from UK assets taxed in France?

Is it tax-efficient for UK expatriates to keep hold of UK assets like bank accounts, shares, property, bonds and pensions if living in France?

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