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  1. [quote user="CeeJay"]If I may go slightly off topic, I have sold my UK apartment and awaiting a final date to exchange.

    I bought the property in 2011 so I am presuming that the relevant CGT will only apply from 2015 when the criteria was changed.

    How can I research what the property value was in 2015?[/quote]

    Being non-resident, you can rebase the valuation at 05/04/2015. An RICS qualified valuer/surveyor can provide a formal valuation, or you can look at www.ourproperty.co.uk and hopefully find a similar sale in the locality around that date. I think HMRC will accept that.

    Our properties are in Scotland, so a formal valuation has to be done before the property comes to market, so we just ask the valuing firm to provide a 2015 figure as well.
  2. Thanks. I am aware of the 30 day rule in the UK, but there is unlikely to be a liability there as we can rebase the Sterling values at 2015 and there won't have been much of a gain since then.

    It will be a pity if losses can't be used to offset gains ..... jolly unfair in fact!
  3. I know this is an old chestnut, but I can't see any recent definitive information.

    Our situation is that we are considering selling two UK residential rental properties which we have owned for 17 and 14 years respectively.

    Because of the Sterling / Euro exchange rate when we bought, one will show a Euro profit, whilst the other will show a Euro loss.

    What I am unclear on is whether (as French tax resident) taper relief applies on disposal of UK property and, also, if so, how is that applied to the property showing the Euro loss?

    I am not sure where to find the information.
  4. I've put the situation here down to the French habit of shaking hands and kissing anybody who stands still at every opportunity. Seems a pretty obvious way for the virus to have spread more quickly, particularly early on.
  5. Out of curiosity, I have gone through the process on the link provided and entered complete rubbish.

    The site purports to validate the info entered between pages, but let me go forward even though what I entered didn't make sense.

    Eventually, it offers two options on how the carte vitale will be delivered. I selected La Poste at 0,79€ which took me straight to the page which asked for my credit card details.

    I suppose it's possible that someone would be trusting enough to complete this process, but I am 99% certain that the objective is to collect card details.
  6. Thanks to both replies. There is nothing on my Ameli account to indicate that any action is needed, but I will send them a message anyway.

    Unfortunately, both of our cards get a fairly regular work out, so I am wondering whether that automatically indicates that they are in use?

    I will post the gist of any response from Ameli.
  7. I have received an email from

    "Service-Public.fr I France "

    informing me that my carte vitale has to be renewed annually. It contains this link

    http://clientservicesvitale.live/

    I cannot remember having to renew before, (but that doesn't necessarily mean much)

    I was just wondering whether this was genuine or a scam / phishing thing?
  8. We are pushing the bank, but the medical condition is rare.

    It is not the affordability in the event of not being able to work that is the issue, but the fact is that the bank is insisting on a life assurance policy to repay the mortgage in the event of death.

    Although still a recommendation, most UK lenders abandoned that absolute requirement 20 years ago.
  9. Thank you for the broker details. We have made a little progress already, but this isn't straightforward and all suggestions welcomed.
  10. We don't want to lose this property, as it has been adapted already for someone with a similar disability.
  11. We have been waiting 2 weeks for the same bank to find an insurer. It won't be a standard risk and I think they are struggling.

    In the meantime the clock is ticking on the compromis de vente
  12. Has anyone taken out a straightforward term policy in the recent past. We need to find an insurer to cover a mortgage for house purchase being taken out by my son.

    The medical history is not straightforward and if in the UK, then I would just get in touch with a good IFA firm and ask them to find the most appropriate company.

    I have tried Blevin Franks here but they are more interested in investments and pension planning and not one-off transactions.

  13. We completed paper forms which did have the K suffix. Our situation was far too complicated for an online submission, which maybe only has plain numbered forms..
  14. [quote user="maxap"]frexpt:

    You mentioned above that your uk rental income were above 15000. Which box did you use to declare the amount, please?[/quote]

    Form 2044 Boxes 211/215 for gross income. Boxes 221 - 263 for deductions and calculation. Carry numbers forward to boxes 400, 410 and 420 on back page.

    Box 420 total to be carried forward to box 4BL on Form 2042K endorsed "Royaume Uni".

    Finally, same figure to sections 4 and 6 of Form 2047K.

    Hope that helps.

  15. I can see that David was advised that he would be French tax resident some time ago, but this apparently is his first time declaring rental income.

    Whereas, he may be liable to French tax on pension income, as in the past, I don't think he has appreciated that UK rental income will be dealt with in the UK.

    The Non-Resident Landlords' Scheme is a bit of a red herring here and it really only helps determine whether tax is deducted at source or paid through self assessment ..... but, either way, always in the UK
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