zeb Posted December 12, 2007 Share Posted December 12, 2007 We're tax resident in France and having sold a house, will have a few thousand euros to invest. When we first moved to France a few years ago with capital from our UK house sale, we took investment advice from our French bank and lost a lot of money very quickly. This was meant to be a low risk investment!!Consequently we don't want to go to them for advice now, and are tempted to send our money back to the Halifax which gives a good rate of interest, better than we have seen in France, and leave it there for a year. Obviously there are exchange rate implications and we do know that we have to declare any interest from capital.What does the panel advise? Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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