British expatriates in France should act now to secure residency and take advantage of healthcare and pension opportunities before Brexit changes the rules.
If you have a second home in France, prepare for a shock next time you open your taxe d’habitation bill. Councils are now legally allowed to raise the taxe by up to a whopping 60%!
If you have a second home in France, prepare for a shock next time you open your Taxe d’habitation bill. Councils are now legally allowed to raise the taxe by up to a whopping 60%!
Be extra vigilant especially when entering & exiting larger retail stores in the region.
Do watch out for an email scam going round purporting to be from the French tax office.
Sometimes it’s easier to stay with an unsatisfactory bank, than to research and change to a different one, particularly if you have several accounts. It could be out of the frying pan…
Not new, but just a reminder that your bank will NEVER ask you to click on a link in this way. It will only ever ask you to visit the site, using your own login and passport.
Between 2018 and 2022, Emmanuel Macron’s government intends to phase out the taxe d’habitation for 80% of French resident, leaving those with an annual taxable revenue in excess of €20,000 per person to foot the bill.
Watch out for another scam involving spam calls.
In a scam doing the rounds in France, many people are receiving an authentic looking email asking them if they are having difficulty connecting to their Facebook Account.