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Taking up residence in France?  Take advice early.

By Rob Kay, Senior Partner, Blevins Franks

It is not difficult to appreciate why so many people fall in love with France and consider making it their home. There are, however, some tax and financial essentials you need to be aware of and plan for if you are to get the best out of living […]

The new UK tax year: What has and hasn’t changed?

By Rob Kay, Senior Partner, Blevins Franks

The 2019/20 UK tax year ticked over on 6 April 2019, resetting thresholds and allowances for the next 12 months. We explore changes that may affect expatriates and what you can do to make the most of existing rules.

Personal tax

The amount of UK income you can […]

Susan Keefe’s Bookshelf for your June reading

Bloody Coffee by Michelle Dim-St. Pierre In this traumatic and sometimes heart-rending novel we meet a teenage girl called Leigh, whose world has been turned upside down when she discovers that the man she has always known as her father isn’t actually her biological father. This traumatic fact was not uncovered as you might […]

Llama Trekking and Glamping in the beautiful Pays de la Loire

By Susan Keefe

Where ever you live in the world news travels fast in small communities. Here in France the same is true, so when I heard that there were llamas in our little village owned by UK expats I just had to meet them and discover their story, and this is it…

On […]

Your reading for February from Susan Keefe

In Foreign Fields: How Not To Move To France

by Susie Kelly

A thoroughly entertaining read.

As a firm fan of Susie Kelly’s books about her adventures and experiences of living in rural France, I couldn’t resist downloading this, her latest book, and I am so happy that I did.

In it I discovered […]

Manish’s Zodiac Predictions for January

Capricorn (22 December – 19 January) – You have the chance this month to discover new or untapped resources on a financial level that can translate to a boost to your financial well-being. You are ready to put your newfound confidence “out there” for everyone to see. You feel more connected with your natural instincts […]

Your Reading for January by Susan Keefe

Are We French Yet? Keith & Val’s Adventures in Provence

by Keith Van Sickle

I absolutely loved Keith Van Sickle’s first book ‘One Sip at a Time,’ and so was delighted to discover this new release. Keith and his wife Val’s path in life changed five years previously when Keith was offered […]

Your reading for December

Rejuvenaging: The Art and Science of Growing Older with Enthusiasm

by Dr. Ron Kaiser

A life-changing and highly motivational book!

Embrace rejuvenaging, and let the author unlock your doors to a better future, whatever age you are!

Ronald S. Kaiser, Ph.D., ABPP, is a Licensed Psychologist in Philadelphia, successful author, and owner of The Mental […]

Manish’s Zodiac Predictions for December

Sagittarius (22 November – 21 December ) – This is a good time for social, commercial, automotive, and community outreach projects involving your friends and colleagues. It’s time for you to laugh, live and love with reckless abandon. Allow yourself the freedom to slack off from any demanding pursuits and instead choose the more pleasurable […]

Switzerland shares information on two million financial accounts

by Rob Kay, Blevins Franks

The era of financial privacy is now well and truly over. Switzerland, once the bastion of banking secrecy, has begun automatically exchanging information on financial accounts owned by non-residents.

This was a landmark moment in the history of international banking and cross-border tax planning. Although we have known this was […]