Individual Tax

2021 finance law adopted by Parliament

The French parliament adopted on 17 November 2020 the 2021 finance law.  This article summarizes some of the law’s key provisions applicable to companies, some of which are the same

Brexit Agreement & Social security: the European touch

Finally and further to more than nine months of negotiations, the United Kingdom and the European Union have reached on December 24th, 2020 an agreement regarding their relationships post-Brexit, entitled

France and cross-border workers in the context of COVID-19

Overview Agreements between France with Belgium, Germany, Switzerland, and Luxembourg, respectively, have been extended through March 31st, 2020. The agreement with Italy has not yet been extended beyond December 31st,

Trusts – Your year-end “To Do List”

Trusts are still high priority for French tax authorities as evidenced by the recent publication of the Decree related to the Ordonnance published on February 12, 2020. As year-end is

FAQ – What does Brexit mean for social security?

The United Kingdom pulling out of the European Union (EU) has created uncertainty about the social security regime applicable to employees and self-employed workers in cross-borders situations, whether on secondment