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There are many reasons why people move away from their home country: career opportunities, temporary expat job assignments, study, retirement, an improved quality of life, family commitments, second-home ownership or permanent emigration. Whatever the reason for moving, life in a new place can be unusual, complicated or just difficult. Whether you have been living abroad for ten years or you are just thinking about moving, AngloINFO is here to give you dependable support - whenever and wherever you need it.
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Find out what’s showing at the cinema, in English, throughout Dordogne. This week’s 33 different films include Only God Forgives, Searching for Sugar Man and Mud. Find out more...
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- Financial Insights from South-West France, Dordogne
On 17th June President Hollande announced that capital gains on immovable property would be exempt from tax after 22 years (compared to the current 30 years) and there will be a one-off deduction for 2014.
The measure will be announced as part of the 2014 Budget, and could be effective from 1st S... Read moreby Nick on June 18, 2013