Des Americains en France

Thomas Jefferson did it in the 1790s. Ernest Hemingway did it and wrote about it in the 1920s. Today, as well, many Americans move to France to live. Wealthy Americans often purchase homes there, which they visit parfois (occasionally). Some Americans even marry French people. And because the United States and France have fundamentally different legal systems, one based on common and the other on

Thomas Jefferson did it in the 1790s. Ernest Hemingway did it and wrote about it in the 1920s. Today, as well, many Americans move to France to live. Wealthy Americans often purchase homes there, which they visit parfois (occasionally). Some Americans even marry French people. And because the United States and France have fundamentally different legal systems, one based on common and the other on civil law, with two very different taxation regimes, the resulting tax and legal complicat

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