I'm finding myself getting a bit tied up working out my tax liability and was hoping for some help. When/if we move to France my income would be from rental property in the UK. I will pay tax in the UK @ 20% and will receive the usual tax free allowances (currently about 7.5k for a single person). There are two of us so our combined tax free allowance would be 15k.
So far so good. With the double tax treaty I should not pay tax twice. My question is; what other taxes will I have to pay on the net I receive? I understand I will have to pay taxe d'habitation, which will be based upon the property I live in, but would I have to pay other taxes?
A rough example based upon our circumstances - a joint income of 30,000 pounds would attract about 3,000 in tax. Net income after tax would be 27k for the two of us. Would the only tax left to pay be taxe d'habitation? If you can help it would be very much appreciated