by edmoraz • Fri 26 Feb 2016 09:36
We bought our holiday home in 2008 with a view to moving permanently to France once we retired. Lady Luck shined upon us and in 2013 we took early retirement and prepared to move, well to cut a long story short after health scares and bits and bobs it was put on hold. Last Thursday we decided to put...
by edmoraz • Mon 02 Nov 2015 11:11
We use transfer wise and have used it for about a year, constantly get a good rate, great service.
- Forum: Taxes, Health, Finance and Employment
- Topic: How do you change your cash from sterling to euros?
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by edmoraz • Sat 12 Sep 2015 10:59
Welcome to the forum and creuse, we are over in St eloi so not far from you , there are plenty of nice ex pats in the area I'm sure you will bump into them soon. Good luck with your revocations.
by edmoraz • Thu 10 Sep 2015 21:21
The oh informs me they will be ok in the greenhouse providing you can keep it above freezing. Can you not take them home with you and bring them back at Easter we often do this.
by edmoraz • Wed 19 Aug 2015 10:26
Thanks for that, the S1 seems to be the stumbling point, the French ask for one the DWP give you a letter to say they don't issue them anymore and then the French refuse your application. Then you go to appeal. Then the fun really begins ;(
by edmoraz • Tue 18 Aug 2015 13:05
I have been hearing that the French are not letting early retirees join the system , people are being refused. Has anyone had any experience of this. As the rules seem to state three months residency.
by edmoraz • Sun 02 Aug 2015 14:25
The dog friendly crossing is about £240 with your cabin Portsmouth Le Havre . We will get the night crossing so can offset an overnight stop , usually £40-£50. And it saves about 200 kilometres on the French side plus we avoide the m25 car park lol
by edmoraz • Tue 21 Jul 2015 08:58
We also have the second home phone and Internet package with orange that's about 50€ a month but you only pay when you activate it. We tend to use about 200€ worth of wood a year but we are building up a stock, our water is through the Marie and Is 59€ a year and we pay 34€ a month electricity. Hope...