Archive for the ‘Investment’ Category

New Additional Tax on Property Gains

Wednesday, December 19th, 2012

Under the last rectifying budget article 24e, an additional Capital gains tax has been introduced for those gains above €50,000, so this is to be applied on top of the rates already in place and is assessed as follows: (more…)

Property or Shares and Bonds – which is the best investment?

Monday, March 8th, 2010

The financial crisis has naturally rocked many people’s confidence in financial institutions. Some of our clients have been asking us about the merits of property as an investment (as opposed to somewhere to live) – thinking that a tangible asset likes a house or apartment might be a better bet than stocks or shares. This article considers the pros and cons of property versus what we might call “financial assets” – Shares, Bonds and Funds. In particular, we focus on France, as Kentingtons advises clients on investments in France and/or for French residents.

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ISAs & UK Bank Accounts

Wednesday, June 3rd, 2009

There are many people either moving to, or living in France, who have Individual Savings Accounts (ISAs) in the UK and ask us what they should be doing with them. (more…)

An investment designed for the British living in France!

Monday, October 6th, 2008

With Sterling weakened against the Euro and uncertainty caused by the credit crunch, where does one place their money? Should one invest in the UK or France, Sterling or Euros? Maybe money could be placed in some offshore tax haven, with the possibility of arousing the suspicion of the fiscal authorities. (more…)

RCS 500 163 282 DRAGUIGNAN,

Conseiller en investissements financiers, référencé sous le numéro F000116 par CIF-CGPC, association agréée par l'Autorité des Marchés Financiers

ORIAS 08038951 Garantie Financière et Assurance Responsabilité Civile Professionnelle Conformes Aux Articles L 512-6 et 512-7 du Code Des Assurances