France as a Tax Haven – Seminar in Tourtour

France as a Tax Haven – Seminar in Tourtour

Oct 16, 2008

A successful seminar was held yesterday, hosted by Kentingtons, at the wonderful Bastide de Tourtour. I would like to thank all those who attended and contributed to the discussions making it an exceptional event. Feedback has been very positive indeed, with many commenting on being surprised and amazed at what they had learned.

The seminar proved, with case scenarios, how it is that taxation can be lower in France than the UK for income tax, capital gains tax and inheritance tax. We also showed that even wealth tax is not a problem. With good financial planning it was shown that taxation in France can be drastically lower than the UK.

I would like to thank Philippe Burdeyron and Steve Whyburd from La Mondiale who spoke about their unique investment, and of course Peter Owen fromExpathealth Direct who spoke about the French health system.

Our combined talks showed just how easy it is to live in France and that there need not be any negative consequences in living here.

If you would like to attend future events, please contact us and we will send you information as events arise.

 

Robert Kent

 

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 Disclaimer: The information in the above article concerning taxation is based upon our understanding of the taxation laws and practises in France at the time of writing. These taxation rules are subject to change and as such, Kentingtons cannot be held responsible for any inaccuracies that may occur. The information in this article does not constitute personal advice. Individuals should seek personalised advice in relation to their own situation.

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