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Pension advice in France: Six tips for getting it right first time

With Brexit approaching and so many pension options for expatriates in France, quality advice is crucial. How can you get the best results?

Will you pay less tax in France this year?

French tax changes for 2018 mean you could pay less tax on your investments and investment income.

The clock is ticking to lock-in residency benefits in France post-Brexit

Now is the time for Britons living in France to prepare for a post-Brexit world by securing residency, healthcare and pension benefits.

What can expatriates in France do with their UK pension in 2018?

What are today’s options for expatriates in France with UK pensions and what can you do to ensure financial security in retirement?

Changes to French taxation in 2018

2018 sees the introduction of some significant tax reforms in France, particularly for investment assets and income. How will you benefit?

New year resolution to review your financial planning for France

The New Year is a perfect time to review your financial planning. Is your tax, estate, investment and pension planning up to date?

Should expatriates in France cash-in a ‘gold-plated’ UK pension?

Are UK expatriates in France better off swapping their final salary pension for a one-off payment or keeping a guaranteed income for life?

What happens if you sell your French home after leaving France?

The Constitutional Court ruled that the main home capital gains tax and social charges exemption is only available to French residents.

French wealth tax reform and investment property

From 2018 French wealth tax only applies to property. Shares, bonds and assurance-vie polices are no longer liable to this tax.

Right place, wrong taxes (France)

UK nationals living in France need to make sure they are paying the right taxes in the right country – getting it wrong could prove costly.

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