Today we attended our rendezvous at the sous-préfecture in Perpignan for our carte de séjour. We thought that it might be useful to let you know about our experience.
If you ever had the feeling that you have spent half your working life just paying tax, you are not far wrong, what with income tax, national insurance/social security, capital gains tax, VAT, council tax, excise duties …
Find out what you and Europe have in common on Wednesday, 5 December at 18h30 in the Centre Culturel of Collioure.
At the time of writing (November 2018) Britain is still part of the EU, and UK citizens are NOT required to have a Carte de Séjour. However, many ex pats living in France are taking the safe option and applying for the Carte de Séjour now.
Those earning UK income should benefit from an early increase in the personal allowances to the 2020 levels pledged in the Conservative manifesto.
The UK government this week introduced a new law to safeguard UK citizens healthcare abroad after Brexit for the 190,000 expat state pensioners who have chosen to live in the EU
Let’s face it, if there is one subject that causes everyone to roll their eyes and cringe, it’s the word ‘tax’. But the main frustration (apart from paying it of course) is understanding it. When do we need to pay it? What’s it used for? How much will it cost?
By making the lifestyle choice to live in France, you will want to make the most of what this country has to offer by enjoying the beautiful scenery and climate for as long as you possibly can.
Comparing charges imposed by different banks near you could save you money
Following the outreach meeting in September, Robin Walker MP, Parliamentary Under Secretary of State for Exiting the European Union, sends this letter to Ed Llewelyn, British Ambassador to France.