On January 31st, 2020, the United Kingdom definitively withdrew from the European Union, causing growing concerns for British nationals resident in France, particularly on personal taxation issues. However, this withdrawal was formalised by an agreement of January 24th, 2020, between the European Union and the United Kingdom. This agreement was published in the Official Journal of […]
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At a time when Brexit has taken an irrevocable turn, the many British citizens residing in France are asking many questions about their future in our country. Among these questions: their tax situation and the taxation of their British-source income. Taxation is not governed by European Union legislation but by a bilateral tax treaty, which is unlikely to be affected by the UK’s exit from Europe. Such treaties are agreed between nations and reviewed periodically; the last amendment to the UK/France treaty was some 7 years ago.