Could long lockdown stays affect French tax residencies?

Could long lockdown stays affect French tax residencies? Connexion explains. Pictured: Marseille, France.
Could long lockdown stays affect French tax residencies? Connexion explains. Pictured: Marseille, France.

Some readers have asked if spending the lockdown at a second home in France and staying much longer than planned could affect their tax residency.

Initial advice for Britons in France

For Britons, initial British Embassy advice at the start of coronavirus restrictions was that those visiting France should return to the UK. It was impractical for some, and travel options ...

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