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Corporate and tax law
calendrier-fiscal-2022
A short summary with the official deadlines for submitting your various French tax returns for 2022: I – IRPP (French income tax) declaration (for income received in 2021): For residents of departments numbered 1 to 19 as well as for non-French tax residents (Zone 1): the deadline is 24 May 2022; For residents in departments...
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A lot has been written about this topic, and it deserves special attention. An SCI subject to income tax must carry out a civil activity. A civil activity is the opposite of a commercial activity; it is therefore necessary to not carry out an act of commerce. Article L 110-1 of the Commercial Code lists...
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Taxation-gifts-company-France
It is not uncommon for a business corporation (subject to income tax or corporation tax) to make gifts (of any kind or “business gifts”) at the end of the year to thank its clients. These gifts are deductible expenses for this company as recalled in point 5 of article 39 of the CGI (French General...
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The recording of theoretical rent in the financial accounts of foreign companies owning property in France As a preliminary point, it is recalled that this article is intended for companies set up under foreign law owning property in France. As a reminder, if a company under foreign law (e.g. an LLC under British law, subject...
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Maurel Report
On 1 March 2018, in plenary session, members of the European Parliament agreed on the draft European Parliament legislative resolution on the proposal for a Council Directive amending Directive 2011/16/EU as regards the mandatory and automatic exchange of information in the field of taxation in relation to cross-border arrangements that need to be declared. This...
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Obligations-corporate-accounts
In France, certain companies have an obligation to file their corporate accounts each year. This obligation applies to stock companies, for example of the type: SA; SAS; SCA; SASU, etc., pursuant to Article L 232-23 of the Commercial Code. The obligation also applies to limited liability companies, including EURLs, and SARLUs, pursuant to Article L...
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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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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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