Brexit negotiations may be behind schedule, but the UK government insists the deal is 95% done and keeps options open for a longer transition period.
The new French "Pay as you go" system, known as Prélèvement à la source will come into force from 1st January 2019
With the Brexit clock ticking, there are just a few months of expatriate living in Europe. If you have chosen to withdraw your pension options - before the rules potentially change.
We answer some of the key pension questions that may affect expatriates in France and outline how you can make the most of today’s opportunities.
What are the current options for different UK pensions in France and how can expatriates find the most tax-efficient and beneficial approach?
By understanding key aspects of French succession law and taxes, expatriates can ensure that chosen heirs are set to inherit their estate with minimum taxation.
While the Brexit countdown may be on to secure French residency, British expatriates wishing to live in France should not underestimate the importance of early tax and financial planning.
British expatriates in France should act now to secure residency and take advantage of healthcare and pension opportunities before Brexit changes the rules.