Tuesday, 11 May 2010

French Income tax: what's new for 2010 reporting? #France #Incometax

It is time for declaration in France again and here you have some information to help you with it:

Dates to remember

Sending the paper return to taxpayers is scheduled Tuesday, April 20 to Tuesday, May 5.  The deadline of submission of the paper return is set for Monday, May 31 at midnight.

All taxpayers who choose to declare their income on http://www.impots.gouv.fr benefit from additional time, depending on their place of residence (Department):

  • Thursday, June 10 at midnight for the departments numbered 1-19,
  • Thursday, June 17 at midnight for the departments numbered 20-49,
  • Thursday, June 24 at midnight for the departments numbered 50-974.

Non-residents must purchase their tax returns, paper or online, before Wednesday, June 30 at midnight to taxpayers living in Europe, countries along the Mediterranean, North America and Africa and prior to Thursday, July 15 at midnight for those other countries of the world.

The calculator for calculating the income tax

The Department of Budget, Public Accounts and the state reform also proposes to calculate your taxes online, through a simulator, the amount of income taxes payable in 2010 can be calculated easily.

Online reporting

Users who choose the online declaration this is for those who do not have any evidence to send to the tax office. They can immediately find out the amount of tax at any time and correct their statements. Open 24 hours / 7 days and 24 / 7 from Monday, April 26, the web reporting service is completely secure with obtaining a receipt from when the procedure is finished.

Users who have no further or any amendment to their tax returns, have a simplified procedure that allows them to declare in 3 clicks.

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