The main developments this year concerning the fast disappearing local residence tax in France, the taxe d’habitation.
The taxe d’habitation is being abolished for most households, but the taxe foncière is not facing the same fate, so what might you expect to pay this year?
Despite most 2018 income being exempt from taxation, many of you have told us that you have received a demand for payment of the social charges.
Notaires are responsible for processing inheritance tax declarations, which they sometimes fail to do expeditiously.
New declaration procedures have been put in place to claim exemption from social charges on capital income and gains.
A generous tax credit of 50% is available for domestic help in France.
Americans living in France have won a major legal battle with the US tax authority to obtain a foreign tax credit on social charges paid in France.
The government have announced a reduction in income tax for next year, despite the worsening state of public finances.
A legal decision in France ends the controversy over the liability of EEA residents to social charges and opens the door for new reimbursement claims to be made.
How to complete your income tax declaration this year if you let out furnished property in France.
Particular care is needed this year in the declaration of savings interest and investment income on your French tax return.
How to complete your French income tax return this year if you run a micro-entreprise business in France.
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