French social charges taxed 15,5% on property incomes paid by non residents : The saga unfolds cialis rezeptfrei holland.
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 this year regarding French social charges.
Have you paid social charges on the revenue from your French property ? Do you contribute to the social security of another EU Member State?
If so, you would be well advised to read on :
Download the PDF DOCUMENT : HALF A BILLION EUROS IN REFUND THE FRENCH SOCIAL CHARGES SAGA UNFOLDS
It is reminded that formal claims must be filed in within a period of two years maximum after the income tax on capital gains or rents is paid.