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Just as for residents of France, your income tax is calculated using the progressive income tax scale and factoring in income splitting. As a non-resident, French income that you earned after leaving France liable for tax in France under the international tax treaty signed between France and your country of residence will be taxed at a minimum rate of 20% (14.4% for income earned in France's ....

www.export.gov/article?id=France-Import-Requirements-and...

Import Requirements & Documentation ' The TARIC is available to help determine if a license is required for a particular product. In addition, the European Commission maintains an export helpdesk with information on import restrictions of various products.

www.tripsavvy.com/french-customs-regulations-1517960

When entering France or any country in the European Union, there is a limit on items tourists can bring into the country you are visiting without paying duty. With a country like France, it's also important for many travellers to know how much wine they can bring back home.

www.french-property.com/guides/france/finance-taxation/...

Thus, for example, if you are non-resident, rental income from France is normally taxable in France, as is certain other income. Accordingly, you do not have to be living in France to be liable to French income tax, although non-residents will only be assessed on the basis of income actually earned in France.

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Even if you are no longer a resident of France for tax purposes, you are still liable for weath tax (impôt sur la fortune immobilière) on your assets located in France. To find out more, please refer to the "International" section of the website concerning non‑resident individuals. MAJ le 16/02/2018

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Customs Duties or Import duty A tax charged on certain goods which are brought into a coun... and taxes will be pending and need to be cleared while importing goods into France whether by a private individual or a commercial entity.. The valuation method is CIF.

www2.deloitte.com/.../Tax/dttl-tax-franceguide-2017.pdf

France’s largest export markets are Germany, Italy, Belgium, Spain, the UK, the US, the Netherlands and China. Major exports are vehicles, aeronautical and space products, pharmaceuticals, car equipment and steel products. Germany is the largest source of imports, followed by China, Belgium, Italy, the US, Spain, the UK and the Netherlands.

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News & Tips. Refund of French VAT to EU taxpayers established outside France. As article 15 of Directive 2008/9/EC was not transposed into French Law, it was possible for European taxpayers to introduce a VAT refund request later than the deadline appearing in the European legislation.

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3.2.1. Resident in France. Although there is a definition of 'tax resident' in French law, national law is subordinate to international laws and treaties to which France is party and different countries each have their own definition of legal residency.

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If you move house to France on a permanent basis (as distinct from a seasonal resident) and you had been living outside the European Union for the last 12 months prior to your arrival in (or return to) France, you may import your vehicle free of duty and VAT, provided you meet the following conditions: it is not a commercial or industrial vehicle;