Objective – Filing in May/June!
Every year, April is the month for questions concerning income tax returns for employees on secondment or working abroad as expats in subsidiaries of employers’ groups. From the point of view of French tax law, French tax residents must declare their income in France on the basis of their income earned anywhere in the world, and non-residents must declare their income coming from French sources.
Income tax returns are typically filed in May-June each year, which explains why employees on the move (secondment, expatriation) start asking HR managers more and more questions in April.
To understand how to tackle these operations as quickly as possible and adopt best practices, human resources managers already now need to start identifying employees on the move under their supervision.
We offer dedicated support to reduce the administrative burdens on companies and employees by offering tailor-made treatment and guaranteeing that reporting deadlines are met.