French wealth tax may be payable on immovable assets in France, such as a villa or a chalet. It is known as Impȏt sur la fortune Immobilière or IFI. The IFI tax threshold is €1,300,000, applicable to the net value of immovable property in France.
It applies to non-French residents who own a second home in France, either directly or indirectly through a Société Civile Immobilière (S.C.I).
Trousset Fawcett are leading cross border French wealth tax solicitors based in the heart of London. We offer specialist legal advice relating to French wealth tax. To discover more, please see below.
As French wealth tax solicitors, the services we provide cover your tax journey from beginning to end, which may involve:
To provide the best service possible and to optimise your position, we work closely with a small and select number of French avocats. They are all wealth tax specialists. We have built up these links and have developed our expertise over decades.
We do not advise on matters relating to the UK’s tax laws.
If you are looking for French legal services, we also advise on French property law, French inheritance tax and French capital gains tax. To hear more about our areas of expertise and what we can offer you, please contact us online or call on +44 (0)203 773 22778.
For French legal advice by a French solicitor or notary public service, contact Trousset Fawcett. We offer a truly specialist legal service for clients based in England and Wales. Enquire with us today.