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French taxation 2019 – what we can expect?

What changes in 2019 regarding French taxes on income, investments and assurance-vie, and how will wealth tax and PAYE reforms affect you?

Financial planning for newly retired British expatriates in France

For your long-term financial security, you need to carefully review and adjust your savings and investments, pensions and tax planning.

How are your savings protected?

It is important to understand what level of protection you have should a financial institution fail.

Look beyond property to unlock investment potential

Property investments can fall behind when it comes to the key principles of liquidity, risk and return, diversification and tax efficiency.

How to get your finances Brexit-ready

Reviewing your currency, investment, tax planning and pension options now can help you secure financial security, whatever Brexit brings.

The essentials to consider when reviewing your finances for France

Expatriates in France need to assess their tax planning, inheritance tax and estate planning, property ownership, investing and pensions.

One size does not fit all when it comes to investments

The best investment approach for you will depend on your situation, goals, time-frame and risk appetite. Tax considerations are also key.

Downsizing your home needn’t mean short-changing your heirs

It is possible to scale down the size of your property to unlock retirement funds and still leave a lasting legacy for your family.

Can you afford the cost of living longer?

Today’s life expectancy means retirement could last decades. How can you make your savings, investments and pensions last as long as you do?

What can we expect from a higher UK interest rate?

How does the increase in the UK interest rate to 0.75% affect savings and investments, exchange rates and pensions for expatriates?

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