Are you a french resident with a self-employed activity abroad?
As you may know, you must declare all of your income if you are a French tax resident.
For people with a self-employed activity (not a salary) abroad, you may be wondering: “where will this income be taxed? Will the French administration consider it taxable in France because of my French residency?”
According to international conventions, your income will be taxed in the country where you have a “fixed base”.
The main criteria to determine this notion are:
– Where you have an office/local office to receive your clients;
– Where the bank account into which all or part of the fees arising from this activity are paid.
What to remember: if you are self-employed in your country of residence and abroad, you should ask yourself – do I have a fixed base abroad?
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