The pound sought to consolidate its position yesterday, holding its ground as market waited for Theresa May to return from her latest trip to Brussels.
These gains appeared to be mostly centred on Carney’s comments suggesting that markets need not worry about a rate cut in the immediate future…..
A new year in France usually sees the introduction of some new tax rules or rates. This year’s changes are rather muted compared to 2018.
The pound continued to trend higher yesterday, with GBP/EUR making particularly strong gains in the wake of the European Central Bank’s latest rate decision.
If you’re looking for expert advice on real estate income in France, here’s the latest from Perpignan-based expert comptable (accountant), Patrice Perrin.
The new year is a good time to reflect on the previous 12 months and look ahead to what the coming year may bring.
This morning the GBP/EUR exchange rate is trading in the region of €1.1038 and the GBP/USD exchange rate is fluctuating around $1.2648. GBP/AUD is achieving AU$1.7934 while GBP/NZD is trading at NZ$1.8851.
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.
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 …