Thank you for your reply and Help.
Currently the company runs fully from the UK and one of the directors would spend a total of about 70-80 days in France, spread out over several trips. The anglers/fishermen/customers only spend one week there at a time, some occasionally 2 weeks. They currently pay tax in the UK only. There is no office in France, just a house that is lived in whilst there. The only thing that takes place in France is the fishing itself and work on the lake, when the director goes over there.
On this basis, can we continue to run the company exactly as it is now, or is there a need to become a French company. This is the last thing we want to do, but do not want the French chasing us for tax or other at a later date.
No, I think you are in the clear on this one Larry. Good fortune or perhaps I should say 'Bonne chance' in your new venture.
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