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Reference Information Pages
Find out who qualifies for disability benefits in France, called Allocation aux adultes handicapes (AAH), and how a legal French resident can apply for assessment and financial aid from CAF (Caisse d'Allocations Familiales).
If you stay in France for over three months and you are not an EU citizen - if you are American, Canadian, Australian, South African or from elsewhere outside the EU - you will you need a <i>titre de sejour</i> residency permit. Here's how.
Brief explanation of French taxes, with information on the payment dates of: income tax (impot sur le revenue), occupiers tax (taxe d'habitation), audiovisual tax (redevance audiovisuelle ) and land tax (taxe fonciere).
Information on the system of heirship for residents and those with fixed assets in France. The rules of reserved and unreserved allocations and how to make it work for you. Information includes details on legal changes introduced January 2007.
Jargon guide to the various terms used in currency conversion market; the meaning of terms such as: Stop loss order, Rollover, Floating exchange rate. If you don't understand your bank or broker, perhaps the answer is here.