Tax Residency

We Shall Not Be Moved

We Shall Not Be Moved

Last month we talked about residency, Brexit and Freedom of movement, which triggered a flurry of calls and emails from people of a particular situation. I say that it is particular, however, the high volume tells me that that there are enough concerned people to...

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Residency, Brexit and Freedom of Movement

Residency, Brexit and Freedom of Movement

Residency has always been an area of confusion, however, with Brexit, this has become more convoluted, due to EU rules, local laws of each country and Schengen rules. Of course, UK nationals, as EU citizens, never had to worry about the right to stay more than a few...

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Residency, Brexit and Freedom of Movement

Tax Myths & Misconceptions

Being the month of April (poisson d’avril / April fool) the Connexion have asked me if I could write about tax myths and misconceptions. Mmm… I might need a bit more than half a page for that, so failing the Connexion granting me 50 pages to write about this, I had...

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Residency, Brexit and Freedom of Movement

Should you move to France?

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...

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Residency, Brexit and Freedom of Movement

Are you a tax resident of France?

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....

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