INTERNATIONAL PERSONAL INCOME TAX
When you work for an Employer that is based in a country other than the one where you live, you may wonder how to declare your Salary in order to be compliant from a tax point of view in your country of residency and how to avoid Double Taxation.
When you are retired and receive the payment of Pensions paid by a country other than your country of residency, you may wish to know how to avoid Double Taxation on your Pension.
If you have worked in several countries and paid Social Security Contributions to different social security systems, you may wonder how to reconcile (i.e. totalize) the money you contributed in order to get the best pension(s) possible.
If you own Real Estate Property in a country other than the one where you live, you may want to know how to be compliant with taxes in the country of your property and how to declare your foreign property income in your country of residency.
When you have Cross-Boarder Financial Investments, you may wonder how to avoid Double Taxation in your country of residency after you paid taxes in the country of the investment.
If you travel frequently between one or more countries and have several private dwellings for your pleasure or because you are a Digital Nomad, you may wonder which country you are a resident of and where you have to pay taxes.
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We assist our Private Clients in answering their different International Personal Income Tax questions and dealing with their International Tax Compliance matters in order for them to achieve “peace-of-mind” with regard to their taxes.
We provide advice on the International Taxation rules applicable to the Cross-Border Taxation of Salaries and other remunerations that French resident workers receive from a foreign country or foreign residents receive from France.
We assist our clients in understanding how to file and where to pay taxes when it comes to the International Taxation rules applicable to the Payment of their Cross-Border Pensions.
We also help our clients understand their social security reconciliation rights when they have worked in several, different countries by making application of the relevant, existing Totalization Agreement between the country of residency and the countries where the client has worked.
Real Estate Rental Income or Real Estate Capital Gain is usually taxed in the country where the property is situated.
However, the country of residency of the owner may also claim taxing rights on the Real Estate Income.
Double Taxation treaties usually make sure that the country of residency of the taxpayer grants Double Taxation relief for the foreign taxes paid on the Real Estate Income.
We assist our clients in understanding the tax implications of renting out their own Real Estate Property in France and how Real Estate Property Capital Gain (Plus-value immobilière) is taxed in France when you sell your property.
When it comes to Cross-Boarder Investment Income like Dividends or Interests, countries have Shared Taxing Rights, which means that the country where the investment is situated has (limited) taxing rights on the income and the country of residency of the taxpayer will have to grant a tax credit for the foreign tax paid or an exemption.
In most cases, the foreign tax is withheld by the paying agent and the taxpayer shall declare that same income in his or her country of residency
in order to claim the foreign tax credit.
We assist our clients in understanding the Taxation of Dividends received from Foreign Corporations, Investment Funds or other investment entities with respect to the country where they are tax residents of.
Double Tax Residency issues arise when an individual is considered as a resident of two countries for spending time and/or working across two countries.
Each of the countries where the individual spends time may claim taxing rights on his or her income based on their domestic tax rules, potentially generating Double Taxation issues.
However, if there is a Double Taxation Treaty between the two countries, usually this treaty contains a set of “tie-breaker” rules that make it possible to solve the Double Tax residency issue in favor of either country.
We assist our clients in solving their Tax Residency issues and eliminating Double Taxation.
We work closely with many Law Firms and Accountants around the globe.
Through our Partners, we are able to provide assistance with the following matters:
US Tax and Accounting
US and Canada Immigration Law
Business Setup in the US, Canada and UAE/Dubai
Trademark Registration in the US and Europe