Tax and investing in France

Whether you are buying a property in France for a permanent move or as an investment, you need to consider the tax implications before you sign on the dotted line.

In Tax and investing in France, an article written for, Holly Clift-Matthews suggests there are three questions you must ask your accountant before purchasing your French property:

1. Will my Residence status change?

2. I’m buying a property to let; what tax will I need to pay?

3. Are French Inheritance Tax laws different?

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