Overview To comply with tax withholding requirements, companies must register with the tax authorities and obtain an ID tax number (SIRET). In addition, non EU entities must appoint a tax
France – Withholding tax and Brexit – Registration of UK companies
The draft tax bill for 2021 has been presented by the government and will be going through the legislative process with a view to be adopted by the end of
In 2019, significant changes occurred regarding French trust reporting obligations. By way of update, a decree of application regarding the scope of French trust reporting has been published on June
French income tax withholding needs to be implemented by employers on January 1st, 2019, so employers are preparing for this important change. Are-you really ready for January 1st? Some questions
The highly-anticipated finance bill for 2018 presented by the French government on 27 September 2017 contains a number of employment-related measures affecting both individuals and companies. The bill will be
Income Tax: implementation of current year income tax payment through tax withholding at source (Article 60 of the 2017 Finance Law) The following will be applicable from January 1, 2018.
Individual Tax, international mobility and employee shareholding: Amended 2016 French Finance Act 2017 French Finance Act 2017 French Social Security Act
Several measures were adopted by the French parliament for the 2016 amended French Budget, the 2017 French Budget and the 2017 French Social Security Budget. You will find below an
Public register of trusts, established in December 2013 by a law on action against tax fraud and serious economic and financial crime, has been accessible to everyone online as of June 30, 2016.
On July 22nd 2016, French Conseil d’Etat suspended public access to the trust register. The executive decree of May 10th 2016, completed by a budget order of June 21st 2016,
The UK’s decision to leave the European Union (EU) will inevitably cause a period of uncertainty for businesses and employees. We have put together this brief guide to Brexit to