Your Guide to Expat Taxes in France
France remains one of the most popular countries of choice with UK nationals seeking to relocate or retire abroad.
As the end of the Transition Period on 31st December 2020 looms on the horizon, increasingly expats or prospective expats are concerned about how their tax liabilities may change, and what actions they can take to secure their tax residency status.
Expat Tax France
As with every country, the rules and regulations in France are unique, and some taxes will be new to UK nationals since no equivalent exists in Britain.
Understanding these rules before your move means being aware of any arising tax charges, structuring your assets in the most beneficial way, and budgeting correctly for liabilities.
Our free Guide works through every aspect of how taxes affect life in France:
Income taxes, rates and exemptions.
Succession tax planning and international Wills.
Wealth tax, social charges and income tax explained.
Correctly declaring international income.
Structuring offshore investments beneficially.
How to protect your pension income from overseas.
The Importance of Expat for
Taxes in France
With the end of 2020 also comes the end of the Transition Period, and it has never been more crucial that UK expats seek expert advice to correctly structure their finances and assets ahead of a relocation abroad.
About Chase Buchanan
Chase Buchanan is a market-leading wealth management expert, supporting global clients from our offices in Cyprus, Spain, Portugal, Canada, Belgium, the USA, the Isle of Man and our Administration Centre in the UK.
We have years of experience working with expats throughout Europe and the wider world and our international offices position us ideally to offer current, accurate and reliable financial recommendations.