Alongside our welcome tax meeting, we offer assistance to employers working with expatriates by providing tax training sessions for their staff members.
Employers are required under French labour law to ensure that their expatriate employees are fully informed on their tax obligations in France — and these training sessions are a useful way to help companies meet these requirements. At the same time, they’re also designed to assist in the planning and administration of expatriate employment.
Our customised training focuses on the specific situation and needs of your company, covering your employee’s tax liabilities and responsibilities in line with the tax requirements of designated countries.
This training is designed to raise awareness and understanding of the tax implications of employee expatriation for key departments including human resources, finance and payment.
Our tax training is organised on-site at the company on a one, two or three-day basis, depending on the size, scope and complexity of the company’s expatriate program.
Our multifunctional training addresses both the tax aspects and other key facets of expatriation, including international work contracts, immigration issues and social security. This type of tax training is offered on a three-day basis on-site at one of our associated companies, who are specialised in international mobility issues.
A typical tax training program covers the following topics:
We’ve helped hundreds of clients resolve their tax issues.
The tax law is admittedly complicated for a foreigner living in France, it is comforting knowing that a professional like Eliane and her team are on the job. They delivered on all aspects; alwaysprofessional, client focused and with a smile on their face. A pure pleasure doing business with Elitax!
I really appreciate Eliane’s international expertise and the English language skills. Despite me being based in another country, Eliane always provided timely feedback and followed up with me to meet the necessary deadline. For me the Elitax team is the modern, professional advisory team with the international expertise. I rely on their support.
As an Australian working in France I found the French Tax system somewhat daunting. I first approached Elitax three years ago when confronted with an Audit from the French Tax Office. With a number of investments in my home country this was a daunting task. Eliane and her team worked tirelessly to help me provide the 3cm thick file of paperwork and submit the request on time. During the preparation Elitax uncovered that I had been made an error during the two years under audit and I was due a small refund! I have been a client of Elitax ever since, even after returning to Australia. If you need to navigate the vagaries of the French Tax system I highly recommend Eliane, Stephanie and the team at Elitax.
When I was appointed to my job at the headquarters of my company in Paris, it was a big change in my life. A new country, a different culture, totally different ways of life and practices… Luckily, my company had already taken care of this and agreed with some consultant companies to support me in various aspects of this change. Elitax was my consultant on tax subjects. As I learned during my stay in France, tax is a very heavy subject and you cannot survive alone as an expat if you don’t have proper support. That’s where Elitax, i.e. Eliane and her team, come into the picture: They made a very thorough presentation of the tax system in France. I learned clearly my responsibilities and consequences of failure to comply with the requirements. They used their expertise to support me in the preparation of my tax declaration, relations with the authorities, representing me in the tax related communications with the authorities, both during and after my stay in France. I even remember being supported by Elitax team to understand the yearly French obligation to pay tax if you own a TV set at home! Oh, those were the days! Finally, I would like to thank Eliane for her support. She was one of the good people who made my life easy during my stay in France.