Taxation in France Important TaxDates in the Year

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xx – May in France is the month in the year when your tax return must be delivered by 27 May 2013 for your 2012 declared income.
The French tax year is based on a calendar year.

People who are already in the system should receive their partially completed form (or préremplie) by the end of April.

The tax authorities have granted extra time for those who make their declarations online at impots.gouv.fr this will depend on the number of the Département you live in:

3 June for Départements. 1 – 19
7 June for Départements 20 – 49 and
11 June for the remaining departments.Pensions & Tax where residency is France:

UK Teacher Lump Sums are not taxable in France because it is a British Government tax, but it must be declared in France.

Teacher’s pensions are taxable in UK.

State pensions are taxable in France. Because it comes under personal taxation it is very little.

Important Tax Dates 2013

15 February:
Payment of first instalment towards 2012 income tax

15 May:
Payment of 2nd instalment towards 2012 income tax

31 May:
Deadline for filing resident 2013 income tax returns (2012 income) for individuals and SCIs.

15 June:
Deadline for filing 2013 Wealth Tax returns for French residents (unless wealth is below €3m, in which case it is included on income tax return)

30 June:
Deadline for filing non-resident 2012 income tax returns for residents of Europe, Littoral Mediterranean, North America, Africa

15 July:
As above for residents of all other countries

15 July:
Filing of non-resident Wealth Tax returns for residents of Europe, Littoral Mediterranean, North America, Africa (unless wealth is below €3m, in which case it is included on income tax return)

31 August:
As above for residents of all other countries

15 September:
Income tax, CSG & CRDS demands – payment/repayment of balance of 2011 French income tax

October/November:
Payment of local taxe foncière and taxe d’habitation for 2013
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