European court says it’s illegal to impose social charges on rental income
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This is an article in French property newsletter about a European court ruling says it’s illegal to impose social charges on rental income. It says non-residents - we are defined as UK residents for tax purposes as we still have a house in UK and spend time here but we spend more than half the year in France with our holiday rental business.
I guess that at the moment what the EU court decides and what France does are two very different things but might it have an effect on us and other people paying social charges on their rentals? What do you think?