Saturday June 6, 2020

Vive la residence!

France is still one of the most popular places for Irish people buying property, but its tax laws can be complicated.

6th May, 2006

France is still one of the most popular places for Irish people buying property, but its tax laws can be complicated.

The French residence rules are broadly similar to those in Ireland. Like Ireland, France operates a calendar tax year. You are regarded as tax-resident in France if your ‘domicile fiscale’ is in France, ie if you meet one of the following conditions: Residence:

(a) Your main residence (foyer fiscal), or that of...

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