Claim refunds of social charges on French incomes

People living outside France but within the EU and those in France but affiliated to another EU country’s social security system can apply for refunds of French social charges paid on property capital gains and rental income or, for French residents, investment and savings incomes.

This includes British second homeowners and British pensioners living in France with an S1 form showing their healthcare is paid for by the UK. ...

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