Rose (& Greyman) Posted March 15, 2012 Share Posted March 15, 2012 I work mainly in UK but occassionally get requests to give some support to clients online from France. I decided the best way to stay legal to do this was to register as an Autoentrepreneur as the actual work/fees involved would be minimal.The registration all seemed to go well and I received a siret number describing me as "Conseil pour les affaires et autres conseils de gestion". This seemed about right. Followed by lots of papers from RSI, RAM, URSSAF etc.However yesterday I received a letter from the impots office informing me that I was registered under the Micro-BIC regime and the TVA regime de base. This regime will cost me 10% extra in charges and I certainly don't want to be TVA registered (if that's what it means). I intend to go in to question this but would like to be pre-warned if I have missed something. I know some professions cannot come under AE but had thought I was OK. Has anyone else had any experiences like this or had an AE registration refused ? What happened then ?Thanks. Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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