I'm a private individual living in France
French Business Advice mainly manages company accounts, but we also help private individuals with official paperwork. We’ve set up a special team to help manage your tax returns and administrative tasks required by the French authorities.
Personal Income Tax
I live in France
So you live in France, but aren’t sure whether to file a tax return here? Maybe you’ve tried but just couldn’t figure out which form to complete?
Our team is experienced in declaring foreign income in France. We can help with making your declaration, checking your tax bill once it’s issued and communicating with the French tax office about your tax return.
If you are considered a French resident for tax purposes, you must declare your worldwide income here in France.
There are links below to a range of articles about personal income tax returns that explain the French system.
I don’t live in France, but I have French income
So, you don’t live here but earn income from France? Then you might have to file a return here in France to declare that income to the French tax office for non-residents.
US/French Income Tax
Moving between the US and France can be a huge step and might involve taxation issues.
There is an agreement between France and the US to avoid double taxation. We have a specialist in US and French taxation who can help you file your return in both countries!
Do you own a property (either directly or through a company) worth more than €1,300,000?
This declaration requirement might affect you!
We can help you determine if it does and then file your declaration.
Why not take a look at our accounting guides?
List of principal annual forms of income tax declaration in France
All taxpayers subject to income tax in France must report their income for the previous year before end of May for a declaration via the internet…
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