We hope that all is well with you and you and your family are staying safe and sane through these difficult times !
The new return filing dates and deadlines, which have been put back this year because of the Coronavirus crisis, are as follows:
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We hope that all is well with you, and that you and your family are keeping well through these very difficult times.
The French government have introduced fiscal measures to help alleviate the financial difficulties caused by COVID-19 but these apply principally to French resident businesses.
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For first-year taxpayers who cannot file online, this will come as good news. In previous years the Tax Office has not released the manual returns until the start of May, which is only about two weeks before the filing deadline !
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Since this Wednesday 10th April, the online filing system at www.impots.gouv.fr for the filing of the annual personal income tax returns for the tax year 2018 has been open.
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Tax year 2018, to be declared in 2019
The provisional presentation deadlines, to be confirmed by the Tax Office by early April, are as follows:
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Increase in fixed tax rate
For non-residents with French income, for instance rental income, the fixed rate of 20% remains for income up to 27,519 Euros. However above this amount, the tax rate has increased to 30%. Given the numbers involved, this change is unlikely to affect many single property owners.
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French Income and Wealth Tax returns
Tax year 1st January – 31st December 2017
Income Tax (Impôt sur le Revenu)
Both residents of France and non-residents with French property or income are obliged to submit an annual income tax return.
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Another year has gone by and we are preparing for the high season for the annual tax returns which, thanks to an increase in traffic from our new website franceaccountants.com which is both mobile- and tablet- friendly, will be our busiest to date.
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If your company is already registered elsewhere in the EU and requires to register for VAT in France, including obtaining an EU Intracommunity number, the process is reasonably straightforward compared to other EU countries such as Spain.
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