I'm sorry if this topic has been asked, however the posts keep going off on tangents.
Here we go...
I am from the UK.
I will be moving to France within the next month or so.
I own a property in France and this will be my main residence.
I have a job to come to and I am going to set up as an Agent Commercial....unless Micro Entrepreneur is better...please first read about my UK limited company below:
My income from this job will be earned, declared and paid in France.
I have a French bank account for my salary to be paid into.
I have an online business...LIMITED COMPANY...registered in the UK.
I have both a business bank account and a personal bank account in the UK.
I pay my corporation tax, personal tax etc relevant to this company in the UK.
This business allows worldwide customers to purchase online in Pounds Sterling (currency converted from country to country) and the income is then paid in my UK business account.
When I am in France I will obviously be discussing/signposting businesses to my website where they will pay...again converted from their account in Euros to Sterling Pounds.
The French company will receive a receipt of payment from the UK company.
No physical transactions take place in any country other than online payments as stated.
THIS IS NOT ABOUT AVOIDING ANY TAX TO EITHER THE UK or FRANCE or MONEY LAUNDERING etc....JUST NEED TO KNOW THE BEST OPTION...DON'T WANT TO BE DOUBLE TAXED...
1. Do I need to decalare any of the online transactions to French authorities as everything is audited and paid in the UK?
2. Is registering as an Agent Commercial the right/only choice as I believe I can't register as a Micro Entrepreneur if you have a limited company?
3. Can I register as a Micro Entrepreneur as my Limited company is UK based?
Thanks for your help:)