By

Benjamin Kergueno
Registration of company securities
It is common that over a company’s lifetime changes to partners will occur and company shares are then sold. But what about the tax regime for the registration of these company securities and where are they registered. These different regimes are outlined in three parts below:  Share transfers Partner share transfers Transfer of partner shares...
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Automatic exchange of information
To date, 129 jurisdictions are participating in the Multilateral Convention on Mutual Administrative Assistance in Tax Matters. http://www.oecd.org/ctp/exchange-of-tax-information/Status_of_convention.pdf This convention, which is part of the work of the OECD and the Council of Europe, aims at establishing cooperation in tax matters between different States and more specifically between the different jurisdictions, in order to fight...
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transfer-of-French-property
The shares in a property company can be transferred in different ways (contributions, transfer, donation and transfer on death, etc.), as appropriate. We shall focus on the transfer of shares in a property company on death. It is necessary initially to understand when this transfer will occur. Since this is a transfer on death, the...
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Estimate-your-french-Income-Tax
The French Tax Administration (« DGFIP ») has opened up resources enabling taxpayers to determine how their local council taxes paid on their French homes and properties are calculated. For the record, French Property taxes are divided in two folds : the “Taxe Foncière” is paid by the owner or the landlord if any, and the “Taxe...
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Setting up a company in France
Setting up a company in France can prove to be a complex operation for a large number of people, for various reasons. The choice of legal form Many legal forms of companies are possible in France, we have classified them into 2 categories: partnerships and companies based on capital.   Partnerships Companies based on capital...
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Reforms to the DUTREIL PACT
The law on the economic initiative of 1 August 2003 (Law No. 2003-721) led to the creation of Articles 787 B and 787 C in the CGI (General Tax Code). These new articles are intended to simplify and lower the cost of the transfer of a family business. This scheme called the “Dutreil Pact”, with...
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