The government have published their tax and social security programme for next year, so what does it mean for households and small businesses?
06 Oct 2017
What capital gains tax rules apply on the sale of a self-build home in France?
We have received a large number of mails over the past few weeks from those of you who state that you have been incorrectly taxed this year.
08 Sep 2017
A couple who sought to reduce their French wealth tax bill by a low valuation of their home face an additional tax bill of €250K.
The French Constitutional Court is to consider if a rule relating to capital gains tax on non-residents is unconstitutional.
A recent case in the French courts considered the definition of the ‘principal residence’ for the purposes of exemption from capital gains tax.
08 Aug 2017
Over 300,000 households in France are liable for the French wealth tax and public tax records tell us a fair bit about where the rich live.
Local rates bills have remained broadly unchanged this year, with the average amount payable by each household around €2,000.
11 Jul 2017
Social charges on pension income, investment income and capital gains are set to increase, although not everyone is destined to pay more.
13 Jun 2017
How much income tax might you expect to pay this year?
13 May 2017
The French Constitutional Court has ruled that non-Europeans are obliged to pay social charges on investment income.
04 Apr 2017
With the French income tax declaration deadline approaching we take you through the basic rules concerning income tax in France.
What is the relationship between social charges on non-resident French income and capital gains and domestic tax liability?
The income thresholds that entitle households to an exemption from their local rates in France have been revised upwards this year.
03 Mar 2017
With an increasing number of people living and working across international borders, it is possible for couples to have mixed tax residency status.
06 Feb 2017
The income thresholds for exemption or reduction in social charges on pension income have been increased for 2017.
06 Jan 2017
The French Constitutional Council is to rule on the legality of social charges imposed on the investment income, property income and capital gains of non-Europeans.
The favourite to be the next President of France, François Fillon, is proposing significant property based tax reductions and liberalisation of the private housing sector.
06 Dec 2016
As a result of the proposed introduction of PAYE in France in 2018, most 2017 income will escape income tax and social charges.
With a presidential election due next year, the French government have raided the larder to announce some income tax reductions for 2017.
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