The CESU (Chèque emploi service universel) If you wish to keep everything legal when paying casual labour (work around the house, help with homework, private lessons, home help for the disabled and small gardening jobs),…
Starting a business in France is more straight-forward than it used to be and Macron is promising to make it even easier. This is our guide to the different types of business and what they…
Ten years after the privatisation of the EDG/GDF, at a time when competition is hotting up between providers of gas and electricity market, the P-O branch of UFC-Que Choisir has started a new campaign “énergie moins chère ensemble”.
Thinking you’re safe on the Internet and actually being safe are two completely different things!
We have now passed the first anniversary of the Brexit referendum. What do we know today about how Brexit might affect expatriates in France?.
“I have read other people’s unfortunate car journeys in Spain, when they have been held up by drivers in another car. This has made me wary when I drive to Girona airport
A Limit Order would automatically trigger a purchase – meaning you wouldn’t miss out on your target rate, even if it’s only at that rate for 5 minutes!
The pound returned to post-election lows on Monday as the fallout from last week’s UK general election continued.
The UK took to the polls yesterday in GE2017 and it is fairly safe to say that Prime Minister Theresa May didn’t get the result she was hoping for.
Holidaymakers will no longer be charged extortionate fees for the privilege of using their phones and tablets abroad, with calls being capped at 3.2 cents per minute, 1 cent for a text.