Taxes: who are the French affected by this new online statement?

Taxes: who are the French affected by this new online statement?

The General Directorate of Public Finances (DGFIP) issued a press release on Monday 23rd January urging owners of second homes or rental properties to file a new tax return before 30th June.

An approach that affects 73 million premises and properties in France. The General Directorate of Public Finances (DGFIP) issued a press release on Monday urging owners of second homes or rental properties to file a new tax return by June 30.

While the residential tax for main residences has been abolished, the 34 million rental apartments or second homes are still affected. Only parking spaces and cellars are exempt from this type of taxation.

How can I make this declaration online?

For data subjects, visit the website impots.gouv.fr. Simply click on your “special space” on the platform, then click on the “Properties” tab and fill out a “Professional Declaration”.

For professionals, you need to connect to the same site as for individuals. Once that is done, the process is different. You need to click on “Directions”, then on the tab “Manage my properties”.

When your declaration is in process, an information bubble entitled “Awaiting Declaration” will appear above each property in your possession. For each of them you must indicate how they will be used, with the names of the occupants, if any, in the case of rental and the periods concerned.

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