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French social charges – good news for S1 holders and non-residents

French social charges on investment income have been reduced from 17.2% to 7.5% for many expatriate retirees and non-residents.

French taxation in 2019

What changes in 2019 regarding French taxation on income, investments and assurance-vie, and how will the new PAYE affect you?

New Year financial planning for France

Regular financial reviews ensure your tax, wealth management, estate planning and pension arrangements are suitable for your life in France.

Are you moving to Portugal this year?

Early financial planning could save you thousands when moving to Portugal. Make sure you explore local opportunities and UK tax and domicile issues.

Review your finances for the new year

New year is a good time to check your tax, savings, pension and estate planning are on track to meet your family’s needs in 2018 and beyond.

Planning for the future

The New Year is a good time to review your tax and financial planning, but don’t just focus on 2019 – you need to plan ahead for the future.

Are you sure you've escaped UK tax? Understanding the UK residence test

To avoid an unexpected UK tax bill, British expatriates must understand their residency status according to the UK Statutory Residence test.

Planning a tax-efficient return to the UK

Expatriates returning to the UK will benefit from reviewing tax planning, residency, pension and Brexit implications before leaving Europe.

How might the 2018 UK Budget affect your pocket?

How does the latest UK Budget impact British nationals in Europe in terms of personal taxes, savings, pensions, inheritance tax and property?

Switzerland shares information on two million financial accounts

Switzerland begins automatically exchanging information on financial accounts owned by non-residents, sharing data from 7,000 institutions.

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