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So, I'm trying to set up a small business entity here in France, and am just running into a lot of confusing obstacles.

I'm trying to set up a very basic business where I can earn money (probably more than the auto-entrepreneur 32k/year) and pay in to the Sécu. I do the work out of my home. It is service-based, Artisian.

Is the best way to go a EI? Or do I have to go with something like an EURL? I'm just really confused at this point.

Thanks!
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Do you speak French? There's a ton of info available about the different options. And the people at the Chamber of Commerce were very helpful when I went there.
You should be able to set up an appointment to clarify your doubts.
 

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Do you speak French? There's a ton of info available about the different options. And the people at the Chamber of Commerce were very helpful when I went there.
You should be able to set up an appointment to clarify your doubts.
I don't...at least not very well. My wife does, so perhaps an appointment at the Chamber of Commerce with her as well would be helpful...thanks for the suggestion.

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Either the local Chambre de Commerce or take a look at the APCE website Accueil - APCE, agence pour la création d'entreprises, création d'entreprise, créer sa société,l'auto-entrepreneur, autoentrepreneur, auto-entrepreneur, auto entrepreneur, lautoentrepreneur, reprendre une entreprise, aides à  la création d'entreprise (ask your wife to help you navigate it a bit). APCE is a government agency for the creation of new business enterprises. They have quite a few programs to help you decide which business form to go for and other useful information.
Cheers,
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