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French fiscal non-residents
brexit-3
Following the British referendum on 23 June 2016, when the United Kingdom voted to leave the European Union, exit from the EU is planned for 30 March 2019. Brexit negotiations between the European Union and the United Kingdom are currently underway. These negotiations include establishing a transitional period so that the United Kingdom can continue...
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French-Property-Tax-IFI
The property tax regime implemented as of 1 January 2018, by the Finance Act for the year 2018, had already been the subject of additional clarifications by administrative doctrine (BOFIP) on June 8 2018. However, the legislator has taken note of some legal uncertainty regarding the legal regime of the IFI. The legislator has decided...
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french-villa
We take the hypothesis of a property that was built more than 5 years ago. I The various taxes related to the acquisition of the property : When acquiring the property, it’s necessary to pay transfer fees: The amount of the fees (notary fees and stamp duties) is divided into several fees collected by the State and...
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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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