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can you be domiciled in france and resident in the UK at the same time?


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can you be domiciled in france and resident in the UK at the same time?

is the wife supposed to be in the same tax situation as the husband? i imagine under uk law  can be resident/domiciled in one coutnry and the husband in another?

under french law would this not be different? there are no kids involved ( i know under french tax that if you have children your husband is deemed to be resident in the same country as wife). can anyone enlighten me.

thanks in advance
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Yes, you can.

Get leaflet IR20, or download it from Internet, which gives UK tax position on residence and domicile. France has different residence qualifications. You declare all income in France if you are resident in France but do not pay French tax on income that has already been taxed in Britain. That's a simplification, but that's how it generally works.

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