Tax. Investing. Inheritance. So many questions! Come and meet us for the answers!
A reader has contacted us to warn us of a text message scam which she fell foul of last week. If you receive a text asking you to pay extra postage on a parcel awaiting delivery, it may well be a hoax.
In August, France approved changes to succession, allowing your children to contest a will, even if you opted for UK law to apply to your estate.
Many people consider bank deposits to be ‘no-risk’ investments – but unfortunately banks can and do fail.
For most foreigners living in France and wanting to run a small business, a micro-entreprise is the best solution. This article explains what it is and how to register.
Autumn is the time of year when we find out what tax changes we will be faced with in France the following year.
Different types of assurance-vie policies mean you need to make sure you choose the one that will provide the advantages you are looking for.
Pensions are complex, yet often the cornerstone of a comfortable retirement. Today, with Brexit looming and more options than ever for what you can do with your funds, it is difficult to establish the best approach – there is no ‘one size fits all’ solution.
From January 2016, financial institutions in over 50 countries around the world began collecting information on their clients and their accounts. This data will be passed onto the clients’ country of residence in 2017.
The French government has released its draft budget for 2017. Our article summarises the proposed tax changes.
It is that time of year again, when the government releases its proposed budget for the following year and it starts to make its way through the parliamentary process.
The 2017 draft budget was presented on 28th September 2016. Here is a summary of the main measures affecting expatriates. Please note that these are current proposals and there may be changes before it is approved by the French parliament.