Brexit is not going to bring about a visa requirement for visits between the UK and Europe, but change is in the wind for all travellers.
EEA nationals maybe free to live and work in France without any visa being necessary, but what are the conditions of entry of nationals from outside of Europe?
For those looking to set up a business in France, Sally Stone, founder of the national network of property managers Les Bons Voisins, gives some very helpful advice.
The rules may be tightly drawn, but those on a low income are entitled to assistance with health service charges and insurance premiums.
Building an extension to your French property normally requires administrative consent, but the regulations that apply depend upon on the scale of the works.
With access to legal aid in France becoming more difficult to obtain, it makes sense to consider legal expenses cover in conjunction with your house insurance policy.
Some French cities have introduced a requirement for an emissions sticker to be displayed in vehicle windscreens, a practice that is likely to become more widespread.
How much income tax might you expect to pay this year?
The highest road accident rate in France is in Paris, with the laurels as the safest department being taken by the Ardennes.
How much might you expect to pay each year to insure your house in France?
April was an interesting month for the pound to euro (GBP/EUR) exchange rate and it seems as if GBP/EUR found a new resistance level at the 1.20 mark, writes Ben Scott.
Despite Brexit the right of residence and of health care for most expatriates in France will not be at the whim of the withdrawal negotiations.
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