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If I am resident in France, but work overseas do I pay tax if I am in France for less than 90 days in a year?

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  • If I am resident in France, but work overseas do I pay tax if I am in France for less than 90 days in a year?


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Answer #1 | 06/10 2008 03:26
Yes, you will. Regretfully, France has, in common with the USA, a rule that worldwide income of French residents is taxable. Under some conditions, the income paid abroad may be claimed back entirely or partially. If there is a double imposition treaty between France and your country of work, your income may be taxable in your country of work.
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