Busting French finance myths cited at summer soirées

Robert Kent of Kentingtons explains.

SUMMER evening soirées of simple but good food, wine and conversation are a great way to spend time and gain important insights into how things work in France. But do wine and wisdom always go together? Such an event’s value should be limited to the joie de vivre and not for stocking up on the many financial myths that one can hear.

Here are six popular French finance myths we come across:

1. France is a high tax country

We have covered this before but it is impossible not to mention it again in this list.

It depends on your situation – given that over half of the population do not ...

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