Wealth management experts attest to this: the real estate wealth tax is generally better accepted than the solidarity tax on wealth was by the taxpayers who pay it.
And for good reason.
On average, its amount was divided by 3.5 after the reform.
The taxpayers therefore no longer seek at all costs to reduce it.
However, it may continue to penalize some, like the owners of investment properties, often inherited over the generations.
For them, the IFI weighs heavily.
Up to 1.5% for the portion of assets exceeding 10 million euros.
Reducing this tax would give a little color to the return on their real estate assets.
Taxation: last straight line for the payment of the IFI
The easiest way to achieve this is to sell real estate and reinvest in securities.
“This makes sense if it is a question of diversifying one's heritage, which is heavily invested in stone, and if the property sold offers a low return.
It is less if you separate from a building, well located,
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