THIS month's Connexion has four-pages of information on French income tax.
Our feature – an extract from our annual tax helpguide – gives you information on whether you should be paying income tax in France, the earnings you should declare and how to declare them.
The April issue is on its way to subscribers and newsagents now, packed with record 72 pages of news, interviews and practical information about life in France.
A Year in the Merde author Stephen Clarke talks about Anglo-French relations and his latest novel 1000 Years of Annoying the French.
Comedian Franck Dubosc on starring in Coronation Street and filming in France.
Companies that can help repair your computer
Rundown of summer flights between the UK, France and Ireland
What school exams your children will take, when, and how important are they?
Cancer testing: What tests can you get and when? Who is eligible? What do you do to get them?
What’s On in April: Kite flying, la semaine du développement durable, Paris marathon and the Fêtes de Jeanne d’Arc.
Easter traditions: The silent parade of the Brotherhood of La Sanch and chocolate bells and bunnies
Business: Getting to know your local mayor could help your trade
Sport: Regional councils in Nordic walking push as sport celebrates 10 years in France
Gardening: Briton preparing 'healing' garden for prestigious national flower show
Food: Asparagus tip: Try the plumper white and lilac-topped varieties
Property: The new budget for Brits buying in France is €150,000, but what can you get?
Letters: Connexion advice saved us €1,200
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