Guides and Information on France
Buying French Property and Living in France
Welcome to our Guides to France, your indispensable on-line resource to French property ownership, visiting France and living in France.
As well as comprehensive guides on property related topics we provide information on some of the other key issues about which you will need to be informed, such as the tax system and healthcare.
With an increasing number of younger households seeking to find a new life in France we have provided guides on schools and education in France, as well as information on starting and running a small business in France.
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- Buying Property in France
- Société Civile Immobilière (SCI)
- Buying Off-Plan
- Buying at Auction
- Selling Property in France
- Renting Property in France
- Top Tips
- Liability to French Income Tax
- Your French Income Tax Return
- Calculating Your French Income Tax Liability
- Payment of French Income Tax
- French Social Security Contributions
- Taxation of Investment Income
- Local Property Taxes
- Wealth Tax
- Capital Gains Tax
- Gifts Tax
- Tax Investigations
- Tax Complaints
- Land Registration
- Property Boundaries
- Boundary Walls
- Noise Nuisance
- Rights of Way
- Water Usage
- Trees and Shrubs
- Driving Offences and Penalties
- Importing and Registering a Vehicle
- Vehicle Registration Process & Transfer of Ownership
- Vehicle Registration Taxes
- MOT Vehicle Tests
- Obtaining a French Driving Licence
- Use of Vehicle Accident Forms in France
- Crit'Air Emissions Sticker
The Guides expand substantially upon our previous 'Reference' section. If you are looking for the this section, it is still on-line and available at France Information, although it is not being updated.
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