The most popular articles published in our monthly Newsletter in 2016.
A selection of smaller unspoilt ski resorts in the Alps that may not have their mileage, but which retain their authenticity and affordability.
The basis on which economically inactive individuals are assessed for their health insurance charge has changed for 2017.
The income thresholds for exemption or reduction in social charges on pension income have been increased for 2017.
All businesses in France are liable for business rates, although there are several temporary and permanent exemptions and reductions, including some for landlords.
A villa in the fashionable Atlantic coastal village of Cap Ferret has been mysteriously demolished, apparently without the knowledge and consent of the owner.
The notaires have recently published a glimpse of the foreign buyers and sellers of property in France in 2016.
The 11 public holidays in France in 2017 to put in your diary.
The press in France receives over €1 billion a year in State subsidies, a level of support that has no equivalence in any other democracy on the planet.
December was a mixed month for the GBP/EUR exchange rate with sterling generally tapering lower under pressure from Brexit concerns, writes Ben Scott.
Although no fee is payable on submission of a planning application, a tax is levied if planning permission is granted.
The French national crime statistics agency have recently published a analysis of the crime levels in each department of France for 2015.
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