Taxation in France
Look up tax rates, the latest tax news and information on double taxation treaties with our specialist online resources, guides and useful links.
Looking for more information on France? Our country resources provide accounting guides, economic forecasts, profiles and guides to doing business.
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- Tax treaties
- Tax news and developments
- Tax rates and guides
- Tax associations and groups
- Articles and books from the Library
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We maintain a collection of worldwide double tax treaties in English (and other languages where available) to assist members with their enquiries. If you are having difficulty locating a treaty, please call the enquiry team on +44 (0)20 7920 8620 or email us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Conventions fiscales internationales (France)
Double tax treaty service from the French Government's Tax information site. The full text of 108 tax treaties and protocols is available on this site through an easy to use interface and guide to abbreviations. French language only.
French US Tax Treaties
Full text of the double taxation treaties between the United States and France. Provided by the French Embassy in Washington.
France: Tax treaties
Details of tax treaties in force between the UK and France, provided by HMRC.
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KPMG provides a bulletin summarising the latest tax developments in the region.
Tax rates and guides
We can provide current and historic tax rates, comparison tables and country surveys through our specialist tax databases. We have up-to-date key fact summaries as well as detailed analyses of the tax regime in jurisdictions around the world covering corporate taxation, individual taxation, and business and investment.
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Tax portal from the Ministre de l'Economie, des Finances et de l'Industrie which includes an impressive collection of information, international treaties and tax statistics. The site also provides an English language overview of French taxation. A separate section of the website has been created for Tax obligations for businesses without a permanent establishment in France.
English-language tool created by the Ministry of Finance that allows users to search for the latest tourist tax rates by municipality, INSEE or postcode.
France: Deloitte International Tax Source
Online database providing tax rates, including information on withholding tax, tax treaties and transfer pricing.
France country profile
Profile produced by KPMG highlighting key tax factors affecting cross-border business and investment, covering tax rates and rules. Updated in February 2019.
EY global tax guides
Detailed guides produced and updated annually by EY, summarising the tax system and key tax issues in jurisdictions around the world. Guides on France cover corporate tax; personal tax and immigration; VAT, GST and sales tax; estate and inheritance tax.
International Tax Handbook
Regularly updated guide published by Nexia, the international accounting network. Each country chapter gives an overview of company structures and the main personal, corporate and indirect taxes in each jurisdiction.
Tax Rates Online
An online rates tool produced by KPMG that compares corporate, indirect, individual income and social security tax rates within a country or across multiple countries.
Tax associations and groups
Articles and books in the Library collection
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