hello allI'm a student currently live in 94 district near Paris.I searched house from internet before I came to Paris, there was an advertising that didn't mention this is a colorlcation contract, and also during Two months email communication, the day we sign the contract. I don't understand any French, and the other Two person who I met the date I move-in, were no one explain this part of contract as well. The only thing they mentioned was I have to give one month notice before I move out.As my study plan has changed this year, so I have to move out Two months before the expiry date. I noticed my landlord and he replied that I have to continue pay the rent till the expiry date, and MUST find someone to replace me, otherwise I have to pay six month rent after contract finished. I asked my housemate about this, they told me show the evidence to landlord this is illegal, maybe he will consider to let you go.I don't understand where is this unfair law from, and don't know how this happen in France. I tried to find the legal help but no one speak English... Can here anyone help me with this please....i asked some people online, but they told me there were many students meet the same situation, they gave money to those landlord and no way to solve it. Is this really the law in France??
2019 was my first year living in France and this is my first French tax return. I am already back living in my home country of Australia. I lived in France from May 2nd 2019 to March 16th 2020. I am married and will be filing a joint return with my wife.I have read that tax returns are normally now completed online, however you must file a paper return the first time, so I will be filing mine by snail mail. I have the address to mail my tax return to. I think that my tax return should be fairly typical, except for foreign income and foreign bank accounts. From my research, I believe I need to fill in Form 2042, Form 2047 for foreign income and Form 3916 for each foreign bank account (some people say this is unnecessary and just to write the details on scrap paper, but I want to be careful). I think I will also need to provide my RIB, some ID (I have a residence permit and can take a photo of it) and a copy of my rental contract. Is there anything else that is typically required?For Form 2042, I have filled out most of it, but need help on sections 1: traitements, salaires, pensions, rentes, 6: charges déductibles, 7: réductions et crédits d’impôt and 8: prélèvement à la source et divers. I believe that I need to put in my French income from 2019 into box 1AJ and that this is the amount labelled "net fiscal annuel" on my December 2019 payslip. I am not sure what else I need to complete for sections 1, 6, 7 and 8 other than ticking 8UU for my foreign bank accounts. I have no investments, bank interest etc. so shouldn't need to fill in much. I am not sure if there are any standard deductions that French tax payers make or other deductions I can make. I was employed as a researcher and went to an international conference. After the trip, my employer reimbursed me for some costs, including food and accommodation.I have already filled out Form 3916 and I don't think I need any help here. I am not sure how to fill in Form 2047 and need some help here. My only foreign income in 2019 was about $4000 USD.I have read that for your second tax return onwards, French administration mails prefilled tax returns to people. Even if you someone simply tell me which boxes are filled on their prefilled forms, that would be helpful, particularly if you are in a similar position to me.Can anyone help me here or point me to an online information source please? Thanks.
Hi I’m moving to Paris shortly and am overwhelmed by the documentation that may be required on arrival in order to secure a property, register residence etc.I only have the ‘short’ birth certificate so do I need to order a full one with parents names in English, with apostille, and then have that version translated into French? Or get a birth certificate without apostille and then have it translated as what’s the point of certifying the English version if they won’t accept it anyway? And they seem to only be valid for 3 months?! It’s very confusing.Everyone seems to insist French translations of all documents are mandatory but I’ve found this online which says the opposite: https://e-justice.europa.eu/content_public_documents-551--maximize-en.doAny advice on the most efficient way of moving forward as I’m currently in London and want to ensure I have what I need before making my move to Paris next month.Thanks!
Hello all. My wife and I are American citizens who will soon be retired and need to establish residence in France, as we live in Paris more than 183 days per year. Can anyone recommend a lawyer or financial adviser to help us through the process of entering the French tax system as residents? Or does anyone have experience with these matters who would be interested in advising us. Thanks.
Hello everyone,I'm a student who just moved to Paris and I have a few questions that I can't find answers to online, I'm hoping that you'll be able to help me. What's an avis d'imposition? I need to set up a bank account for my wages from my Saturday job but the bank need to see an avis d'imposition and I don't know what that is. How do I file my taxes? I'm English and I've never had to file taxes before in my life. If anyone could point me in the direction of a webpage, preferably in English, that could explain things to me then I would be eternally grateful. I'm not even sure who I could ask. Thank you!
Hi,In march i will enter in a new house, in a colocation, and asked for an individual contract or lease. The agency told me that this is not possible in Paris, but in my previous coloc i had it. Is it possible to stipulate an agreement between flatmates to go around the problem and ward myself in the eventuality of one of the others not paying their rent?Thanks
I'm looking for someone advice and help in understanding how I properly set up my business to pay taxes in France as an autoentrepreneur. All my income comes from UK clients. Can anyone recommend someone skilled in this area that speaks English? Thanks. David
Help! I need to renew my Long Stay Visa. Has anyone done this recently? I have looked at all the information I can find on Angloinfo and the net but cant find specific information about the how to. Do I just go to the prefecture that I was granted my original one at? Do I need an appointment - if so - how do I get one? I imagine I will need updated proof of financial, residential information etc? However, do I require all the details updated ie new birth certificate, police check etc. I have seven weeks until this one expires.... With the memory still fresh of the sleepless nights and stress obtaining the original any assistance would be much appreciated. Thank you.
Hlo I am dipak from nepal and currently in paris .Plz help to find Find job .I have good knowledge of baby care, care taker, experience of bar tender, waiter ,teaching and cleaner.I am currently learning french language.I am available at any timi and in any day..Contact me ..if y have any job for email@example.com
Hello, if anyone could be so kind to help me in my situation? I am on a long term salarié visa in Paris which expires in July. Does anyone know if it’s possible to find another CDI during that time? People have mentioned that it’s risky and that the prefecture could refuse you. Anyone have experience in this? Would really appreciate the help :)
Hi All,I am American (been in Europe since 2002), with a French-German partner and we are moving to Paris on 1 July as my partner got a job.I am self employed, and am completely at wit's end about dealing with France company / tax structures after a few conversations with potential accountants. My business and clients are already established, I just have to move it all to France and make sure my status is legit and above board.Is anyone on here self employed / freelancer offering professional services that isn't a Micro-Enterprise (not possible due to my turnover) and not running through a Portage Salarial? Would really like to pick your brain...Please let me know, Thanks!
Hi all. We're currently buying a house in France - or rather, our company is buying it. The current owner is English, and we are English, but the seller's notaire is insisting that our Articles of Association must be translated into French - it's going to cost around 900 euros. Does anyone know if this is really necessary? Thanks!