Entries by Dorian Imbert

R&D Tax Credit: ruling first!

REF.: 0054 Pay less tax! According to the French department of administration, Business France, the number of researchers employed in R&D by French companies, between 2008 and 2013, increased by 23%. There are 5.7 researchers in French companies (per 1000 active employee) compared to 4.8 in Germany and just 3 in the UK[1]. This makes […]

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The Inpat Scheme

REF.: 0053 Pay less tax! France is well known for its strict tax rules. This can often discourage international businessmen and women from coming to live here, especially company managers and other high earning-employees. However, did you know that there’s a special tax regime for international businessmen and women? In fact, the “régime d’impatriation” (or […]

Incorporation of an SAS: 5 errors to avoid

REF.: 0051 Investors often ask us about the best way to set up in France. In our experience, our prospects tend to fit one of the 3 following profiles: For individual craftsmen starting from scratch: self-employed status (le statut d’auto entrepreneur) is the best option, despite certain traps. For companies who want to be discrete […]

DEB : Company obligations for Intra-Community Trade

REF.: 0052 If you carry out commercial transactions with European Union (EU) member countries or are planning to do so in the near future, this information may be useful: Within the European Union, most trade is carried out freely, with no formalities and without border control: there is no need to make a customs declaration. […]