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French income tax for non-residents Non-residents who earn rentals income from a property they own in France are liable in France to pay income tax on the net proceeds of that activity. In practice, a minimum imposition of 20% applies. Most non-residents benefit from a double taxation treaty, which grants partial relief against liability to...
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Visa applications for non-EU homeowners in France: liberate yourself for good French immigration law states that a temporary residency card of four years — known as the Carte Visiteur (Visitor) — can be granted to any foreigner who proves they hold sufficient earnings and assets, and who commits to not working in France. Earning of...
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Homeowners in France: should you pay the 3% tax? All legal entities that — directly, indirectly or through an intermediary entity — hold one or more properties situated in France must pay an annual tax equal to 3% of the property market value. This applies to entities such as French and Monaco SCIs as well...
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French legal interest for 2016 : The french legal interest applicable for 2016 has been set at the following amounts by the French Government : – 4,54 % for claims between individuals – 1,01 % for claims between professionals Download the PDF document : ARRETE DU 23 DECEMBRE 2015  
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French wealth tax for non residents to be applicable for assets above 2,7 millions euros. Do you hold assets in France for a value above 2,7 millions euros ? If so, you would be well advised to read on : Download the PDF DOCUMENT : WEALTH TAX DECLARATION 2725 FOR ASSETS ABOVE 2,7 MILLIONS EUROS Download...
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French social charges taxed 15,5% on property incomes paid by non residents  : The saga unfolds. The most recent update to the landmark ruling in the MR de Ruyter case concerning french social charges paid by non-residents occurred on 27/07/2015, where the Conseil d’Etat confirmed a European Court of Justice (ECJ) decision made in February...
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The Practice specializes mostly in the legal aspects of french property law and related transactions, and also intervenes in the field of accident law and personal injury cases. As a fully qualified french Attorney at Law / Solicitor, the emphasis is on providing a personal, professional and efficient service to the client. The legal services...
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