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Please complete and return this questionnaire to enable us to prepare your French tax returns or advise you on your French tax situation. This is a standard document so please add information or ignore sections as appropriate. Further information can be found at www.bdo.gg / French Tax Services.


Where did you hear about us?

Please provide full details of your current advisors/accountants:


Please indicate your country of residence

Have you spent more than 183 days in France during the past tax year (from 1 January to 31 December)?

Do your spouse and/or your minor children live in France?

Are the majority of your assets in France and/or do you derive most of your income from France? If you have moved to France, please indicate the exact date of your arrival in France.



Self: Name, surname (maiden name)

Date of birth

Place of birth / Nationality(ies) Occupation

Spouse: Name, surname (maiden name)

Date of birth

Place of birth / Nationality(ies) Occupation

Date and place of marriage:

Do you have a written marriage contract? Permanent address (and former address if you have moved during the tax year). Please specify if you own or rent this accommodation.

Telephone / Fax numbers: Email address:

Names and dates of birth of your children

(Please include children from a previous marriage and specify which spouse is the parent):

Are these children dependent or independent? For children aged 21 or over who are still dependent, please state whether they are students or unemployed.



If you have more than one property in France please provide the following information for each property separately.

Address in France:

Date of acquisition and purchase price: (£/€) Please indicate how the property is held: a. In your name(s)

b. en tontine

c. or, through a company. Please give the name and the country of incorporation of the company.

Current market value of the property : (£/€) Age of property:

Was the property habitable when purchased? If not, when did it become habitable? (Please provide a brief outline of the restoration work carried out).

Please provide copies of the latest Taxes Foncières and Taxe d’Habitation assessments (local residential and building taxes) and if possible, a copy of the Title Deed.


If the property has been let, when did the activity start and have you filed any French tax returns? Is the property let furnished or unfurnished?


If furnished, have you filed form P0 to register this activity with the Greffe du tribunal du commerce?

Siret number:

If you plan to let the property will you let it furnished or unfurnished?

Estimated or real gross rents received during the calendar year (£/€)

How long do you intend to occupy the property per annum (if you are also using it as your secondary home)?

How long was / will the property be let for (per annum)?


As non-residents, if the total net value of your (joint) French assets (excluding financial investments) exceeds the wealth tax limit (see www.bdo.gg for current French tax rates) you may be liable to French wealth tax. The following information is required to assist you with the completion of the relevant return (as at 1 January):

Total market value of property(ies) in France: (£/€)

Cars, boats, motorbikes, planes, horses, jewellery etc. Please detail estimate current values, date and price of purchase (excluding antique

jewellery or silver and collector’s cars) (£/€) Global estimated value of furniture in property(ies) (excluding antiques) (£/€)

Any outstanding liabilities relating to French situs assets (mortgages) (£/€)

Taxes owing including income tax and property taxes (£/€)


This publication has been carefully prepared, but it has been written in general terms and should be seen as broad guidance only. The publication cannot be relied upon to cover specific situations and you should not act, or refrain from acting, upon the information contained therein without obtaining specific professional advice. Please contact BDO Limited to discuss these matters in the context of your particular circumstances. BDO Limited, its directors, employees and agents do not accept or assume any liability or duty of care for any loss arising from any action taken or not taken by anyone in reliance on the information in this publication or for any decision based on it.

BDO Limited, a limited liability company incorporated in Guernsey, is a member of BDO International Limited, a UK company limited by guarantee, and BDO is the brand name of the BDO network and for each of the BDO Member Firms.

Copyright © February 2013 BDO Limited. All rights reserved. Website: www.bdo.gg


If a person dies whilst resident in France, French inheritance law applies to the deceased’s worldwide movable assets and his real estate situated in France. French inheritance tax applies to his worldwide estate subject to the effect of any double tax treaty. If a person dies resident outside France, the incidences of French succession law are confined to assets situated in France subject to any double estate duty treaty. Certain precautions may be taken to ensure that French inheritance law does not negate a person’s wishes. If you would like assistance with succession planning please provide the following information:

Current domicile status of each person:

Current residence status of each person:

Do you have children from a previous marriage or relationship? If so please provide details for each person.

Have you made a Will in your country of origin and/or in France?

How do you wish your assets to devolve on your death?

OUR SERVICES For further information or advice, please contact:

We offer a personal tax service for foreigners Virginie Deflassieux,

resident in France, comprising: Catherine Le Pelley or Kirsty Green

Tel: +44 (0) 1481 724561

• French tax planning Email: french.tax@bdo.gg

• Completion of annual tax returns

• Advice on the ownership of French property BDO Limited

• Estate planning PO Box 180

• Future capital gains tax exposure Place du Pré

• Wealth tax Rue du Pré

• Advice on treatment of trusts St Peter Port

• General advice on French investments Guernsey

GY1 3LL Updated March 2015


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