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Taxed in France or CH

Hi all,

I am looking for a little general advice, as what I've uncovered seems contradictory and less than clear.

Mama G moved here in March last year, works here on a B permit and pays tax at source. We still have a house in France and 2 gites which run as a holiday business and all are jointly owned, but the business is in my name. I float between here and France sending roughly winter here an summer in France, with trips back and forth during spring/autumn every 6 weeks or so for between between 1&2 weeks. I declare and pay my taxes in France.

My question is would I be better to apply for residency here and declare my taxes here, or, as the house and gites are on the market, wait until they sell then apply for residency as my centre of life will now be here.

Thanks for any guidence on this, and feel free to PM me if you would need a little more info'


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