Moving to France

Moving to France : welcome !

Expatriates wishing to live in France should not underestimate the importance of early tax and financial planning.You need to establish exactly when you become liable for French tax on your worldwide income, gains, wealth and estate.  You also need to be wary of your home country tax residence rules as well as the existence of tax treaties with France determining the residency rules applied.The taxation applied to your income varies depending on the nature of your income. With expert planning, it is possible to structure savings, investments and assets to be tax-efficient. 

Moving to France ? Our team of experts in international taxation will assist you for the following missions

    • Determination of tax residency
    • Estimation of the possible french tax
    • Taxation of worldwide assets in France
    • Mechanism to avoid double taxation
    • Tax rebates and devices availaible to new-residents
    • Analysis of tax treaties

    We offer personalized tax study, providing you with clear information on your future tax situation and possible taxes to pay in France, in the event you move. All our tax studies are checked and verified by senior accountants to ensure the best practises and solutions are considered and applied.

    Moving to France is easier than you may think with Roche & Cie at your side !

    Moving to France : providing you with clear information on your future tax situation 

    Determination of tax residency

    estimation of the possible french tax

    analysis of tax treaties

    tax rebates and devices available to new residents

    Taxation of worldwide assets

    mechanism to avoid double taxation

    How can we help you ?

    The missions we can offer you:

    Drafting of a tax study: with simulation of your tax obligations in France ; a key solution to secure your installation in France in order to avoid unfortunate situations, such as delays or errors in your tax returns.

    Follow-up of your tax returns in France: income tax, real estate wealth tax, rental income

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