Archive for the ‘Tax Residency’ Category

France is a tax haven!

Thursday, December 3rd, 2009

Mention the words France and taxation in the same sentence and many will start to stutter and maybe even tremble a little. Living in France is all about the life style isn’t it? Surely high taxation is just a fact of life for those whom living in France is either a reality or an ambition? (more…)

Should you move to France?

Wednesday, December 17th, 2008

You may have noticed that recently (as shown on the chart below) we are more than merely dipping our toes in the weakest zone the Pound has ever found itself against the Euro, but wading waste deep. As of the date of writing (the morning of 17th December 2008), the Pound buys just €1.1045 and people are asking how long before we are up to our neck in it (parity and beyond). (more…)

Are you a tax resident of France?

Tuesday, December 9th, 2008

I will start this article by saying residency is a matter of legislation, it is not a matter of choice. I am often asked “where is it best to pay taxes … France or the UK?” It must be clear that there is no choice; it just depends where you fall within the rules. (more…)

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