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French Property Tax

Êtes-vous propriétaire d’une maison de vacances en France? Nous avons créé l’ultime guide fiscal français uniquement pour vous!

Environ 200 millions de personnes visitent la France chaque année (avant covid, bien sûr).

Wow… ça fait beaucoup de touristes!

Il est facile de comprendre pourquoi tant de voyageurs viennent en France, que ce soit en tant que vacanciers occasionnels ou en tant qu’investisseurs immobiliers internationaux. Après tout, la France est un endroit incroyable où vivre.

Ce pays a un bon climat, une culture de premier ordre, une histoire riche, des traditions colorées, des villes animées ainsi qu’une région campagnarde merveilleusement préservée. Sans parler des délicieux vins et fromages locaux!

Si vous êtes propriétaire d’une maison de vacances en France, il est primordial maîtriser vos exigences en matière d’impôt foncier français. Cela vous aidera à rester du bon côté des autorités fiscales françaises. De plus, cela vous aidera également à économiser sur votre facture de taxes foncières.

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French Property Tax

Vous possédez un bien locatif en cession-bail en France? Consultez les informations mises à jour sur les taxes de cession-bail sur vos revenus.

Propriété en cession-bail est un dispositif unique en France, qui gagne en popularité.

Quels sont les avantages et les inconvénients d’avoir une propriété en cession-bail? Qu’est-ce qu’une cession-bail exactement et comment ça marche?

Si vous recherchez un investissement immobilier sans tracas en France, en particulier dans les destinations touristiques, l’achat d’une cession-bail peut vous convenir. Dans ce guide, vous trouverez tout ce que vous devez savoir.

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French Property Tax

Own a holiday home in France? We created this ultimate French tax guide just for you!

Approximately 200 million people visit France each year (pre-covid, of course).

Wow… that’s a lot of tourists!

And it’s easy to see why so many travellers flock here – either as casual vacationers or as international property investors. After all, France is an amazing place to live.

The country has a good climate, top-notch culture, rich history, colourful traditions, lively cities and unspoiled countryside. Not to mention the delectable local wine and cheese!

If you own a holiday home in France, it’s important to get a good handle on your French property tax requirements. This will help you stay on the good side of the French tax authorities. It will also help you to save on your property tax bill

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Property Tax Tips

Just invested in your first overseas buy-to-let property? Here’s everything you need to know about tax.

When purchasing your first overseas buy-to-let property, there are a variety of factors to consider like return on investment, cost and location – but one factor you may not have considered is tax.

International property tax may not be the most exciting topic. But, by getting a strong grasp of the local tax rules, you can save yourself a lot of money and stress at the tax deadline.

Tax rules can differ from country-to-country and in this guide, we will give you some practical tips on how to save on your buy-to-let tax bill and remain compliant when filing your tax return overseas, as well as where you can go for tax advice. 

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Property Tax Tips

File property tax overseas while you drink your coffee

Are you a landlord in a foreign country?

If so, you have probably spent hours trying to understand the tax laws in that state, so that you could file your property tax return.

Owning a property abroad can be hugely rewarding when you have the right help at your side.

If you are earning rental income from your overseas property, you have a tax obligation in the country where your property is located and in your own country.

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Property Tax Tips

9 Top Tips on reducing property income tax for overseas landlords

As a non-resident landlord, it is likely you will be required to file an annual income tax return. Maybe you’re asking yourself questions like – how can I reduce my property taxes?

And while it is not always easy to understand foreign tax laws, by having a strong grasp of your tax requirements and entitlements, you can save yourself a lot of money come tax time. But is there any way to lower your property taxes?

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Irish Property Tax / Property Tax Tips / UK Property Tax

How your mortgage can affect your buy-to-let property tax bill?

A buy-to-let mortgage is a type of mortgage taken by a person who purchases a property, not as a place to live, but rather as an investment.

Buy-to-let mortgages are different from ordinary residential mortgages because the amount you borrow does not depend on how much you earn.

The arrangement fees on buy-to-let mortgages may be more expensive and the interest rates tend to be higher as well.

In this guide, you will learn the basics of how buy-to-let mortgages work and how you can save money on the property tax.

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Property Tax Tips

Renting property abroad to holidaymakers? Here’s everything you need to know about your tax requirements.

If you are fortunate enough to own a property in a popular holiday destination, then maybe you have considered the idea of letting it out while it’s vacant. This is an ideal way for many holiday home owners to cover the costs of owning a property and perhaps earn some extra income on the side.

However, if you earn an income from a property overseas – even from short term holiday bookings – it is likely that you will have a tax filing requirement in that country.

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USA Property Tax

What Europeans need to know about tax if owning a property in the USA?

9 things Europeans with property in the US need to know about tax

It’s hard enough to come to terms with tax in your own country without having to understand the tax rules and regulations in the USA as well.

But if you own a property in the US, it is very important that you have a strong grasp of your tax obligations and entitlements.

Ultimately, this will help you to make the most of your investment.

The challenge is that foreign property owners often face a more complex tax situation.

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