Nearly 2 million private employers use the Cesu website to declare their employees monthly. Of course, it is still possible to use the paper version.
Last September, tax authorities across the world, including France and the UK, began sharing and receiving new information on their taxpayers’ offshore assets and income.
Is the uncertainty over Brexit causing you uncertainty over whether to stay in France or not? Whichever side of the Brexit divide you are on, and in the knowledge that “nothing is agreed until everything is agreed”, there are some important issues to be aware of concerning life assurance-based investments.
All you need to know about how to look for a rental property in France, deposits and the documents landlords want to see.
How much tax will I pay? If you have not accessed your UK pension and then taken it all as a lump sum, you could pay just 7.5% in French taxes (other conditions apply).
With Brexit coming you will need to change your British licence for a French one. We walk you through how to do it and the process involved
Should you keep hold of UK investments in France? You may have accumulated Premium Bonds, Individual Savings Accounts (ISAs) etc over the years, or bought shares in UK companies – but are these suitable investments for your new life in France?
There are many attractions and advantages to living in France. However there are some drawbacks too, such as unfamiliar local bureaucracy and a complex, expensive and frequently changing tax regime.
Why and how to stop being an autoentrepreneur/microentreprise in France: if you have high costs or a very low turnover, it may be better for you to go for the standard regime.
This article explains changes to the system for micro-entrepreneurs, the best solution for most foreigners living in France and wanting to run a small business.