Residency; consequences, double nationality, cross border estate planning

Residence; estate planning; pay the right tax

French tax residency, the myth of the 183 days The dangers of assessing French tax residency by solely considering whether an individual is spending more than 183 days in France. Contrary to a popular belief, the French tax authorities and French tax courts do not...

Tax residency in Germany – an Unpleasant Surprise!

Germany is an attractive place to live in the center of Europe and the EU. It is safe, relaxed and highly developed. Its political system is stable and reliable, while its powerful economy is the largest in Europe. Known for its long and rich cultural history, Germany...

Can I Create A Trust Under Swiss Law?

Switzerland does not have a law relating to trusts. However, it ratified the Hague Convention regarding trusts and agreed therefore to recognise trusts that are created in accordance to the convention. Switzerland, as a civil law country, does not have a law relating...

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