“It’s a misconception that you have to be a wealthy expat in France to benefit from talking to a financial advisor” says Jennie Poate, financial manager of Beacon Global Wealth. “Often people think that if they don’t have a lot of assets, then a financial planner can’t help them. But, they could be really missing […]
Whether you’re already in France or you’re considering a move to France, it’s natural to have worries and fears about your financial future. Research shows that you’re likely to gain peace of mind and to be significantly better off if you get professional advice about your long-term future financial goals and requirements. A study by […]
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Talk of income tax in France is something that can cause the jitters. But if you’re thinking about buying a second home in France, or making a complete move, the advantages from a tax perspective may represent great value. Jennie Poate, Head of Operations, France for Beacon Global Wealth Management explains… Income tax in France There […]
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When it comes to managing your finances in France, knowing what the rules are is essential. From tax to pensions, savings and investments and more, we look at the most common questions asked by expats. The process of gifting in France Question: I want to make a gift of cash of £20,000 to my son […]
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The annual tax return needs to be completed by May in France. Financial expert Jennie Poate explains how to complete the paperwork and what’s required, leaving you to enjoy the good life in France. Basic tax returns for expats in France Many British expats who are resident in France will have some income derived from […]
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Living in France is an incredible experience. The culture, cuisine, wines, history, and architecture are all world-class, while the French are stylish and friendly. Americans living in France though, contrary to what many expect, are still required to file US taxes, declaring their worldwide income, even if they are filing or paying French taxes, too. […]
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Would you like to make more of your UK pension fund when you become an expat in France? If so, you might find that a SIPP (a self-invested personal pension) is something that will help you generate the best retirement income possible. This option won’t be right for everyone. It’s important to have a qualified […]
The draft French budget for 2018 was presented to the French Parliament in September 2017. The budget is assessed by parliament before being approved at the end of the year, so further changes are possible. The main measure affecting expatriates in France concerning Capital Gains Tax on Investment income is summarised below. Tax on Investment […]
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The draft French budget for 2018 was presented to the French Parliament in September 2017. The budget will work its way through parliamentary assessment before being approved at the end of the year, so changes to the proposal are possible. Wealth Tax in France will be replaced by Real Estate Tax We take a look […]
Would you like to make more of your Pension Fund? If, like many expats in France, your personal pension fund is one of your largest assets then you’re sure to want to give it the potential to generate the best retirement income possible. We talk to Jennie Poate at Beacon Global Wealth about the QROPS […]