December was a mixed month for the GBP/EUR exchange rate with sterling generally tapering lower under pressure from Brexit concerns, writes Ben Scott.
A married couple may well have signed up to 'for better or worse', but in French law that principle has its limits when it comes to responsibility for debts.
The use of a wood-burning stove is a comparatively cheap and efficient form of heating in France, provided you choose your burner and your wood with care.
Surviving spouses of a former business owner in France may be entitled to a widow’s pension, the amount of which depends on a range of factors.
We are pleased to publish our recently updated free 'Guide to the House Insurance in France'.
November was a positive month for the sterling to euro exchange rate with the British currency making steady gains against its currency bloc counterpart, writes Ben Scott.
Most internet service providers in France offer broadband internet and mobile phone package deals, but in rural areas the choice is limited.
With base rates in Europe at an historic low these are lean times for cash savers, and government regulated tax-free savings accounts remain the optimum solution.
Sterling attempted to find some stability in the month after the 7th October 'flash crash', writes Ben Scott.
Most notaire fees are regulated on the basis of a fixed percentage rate or sum, but in other cases they are freely negotiable.
The UK may have voted to leave the EU, but official figures for September did not reflect the immediate and significant economic impact that was predicted, writes Ben Scott.
The use of an insurance guarantee over a conventional charge on a property is becoming the norm amongst mortgage lenders in France.
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