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Benjamin A. Kergueno
Ruyter-ruling-lfss-2019
Is the De Ruyter ruling to be codified into law soon? With the drafting of the 2019 social security financing bill, a glimmer of hope appears (finally!) for French fiscal non-residents affiliated to a social security scheme in one of the countries falling within the territorial scope of Community regulations (EU Member State, EEA, as...
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The creation of a register of companies in UK On the first of May 2018 an amendment was passed by the British parliament to allow the creation of a register of companies and other entities established in the islands (Cayman Islands, British Virgin Islands or Turks and Caicos Islands…) as well as in the Caribbean....
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In France, if you incur expenses to perform energy saving works you may under certain conditions receive a tax credit. This possibility called CITE (« Credit d’Impôt Transition Energétique » – “Energy Transition Tax Credit”) is applicable under certain conditions: Your home should be established in France (Metropolitan France or DOM); It should be your...
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WEALTH-TAX-IFI-2018
THE WEALTH TAX 2018 – IFI The IFI, major reform of the year 2018, replace the ISF “Solidarity Tax on Wealth” concerns all taxpayers (natural persons) whose taxable wealth (which we will define later) is greater than 1.3 million euros, we remind you that the thresholds of the IFI and the ISF are unchanged. All...
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In real estate, “bargains” are not uncommon. Professional transfer, divorce, family drama … busy sellers are often forced to sell off their property. For the benefit of the purchaser who seized the opportunity. Problem: the “good deal” awakens sometimes the interest of the taxman who can initiate a procedure of rectification of price or recovery...
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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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