French Taxation in 2018 - the changes you need to know

03/18/18 12:24:pm

French wealth tax restricted to real estate

French residents no longer have to pay a wealth tax on savings and investment income, after sweeping tax reforms came into effect limiting it to real estate.

What does this mean for Expats. These recent changes are on the whole positive with significant tax cuts for investment assets and income.

However, without sound financial planning advice France remains a complex and potentially costly jurisdiction for expats to reside.

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  • How the new French tax reforms will affect you.
  • How to reduce your income tax liability.
  • How to optimise your estate in France for IHT purposes.
  • What is an Assurance Vie.

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In September 2017, the French Government announced that a number of tax reforms, including significant tax cuts for investment assets and income, would come into effect in 2018.

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