Jon 1 Posted October 12, 2011 Share Posted October 12, 2011 I have received the Plus Value calculation from the notaire.All the furniture was included in the total price and the Compromis indicates a value attributed to the furniture and to the property respectively.However, the official Plus Value document does not make this distinction or separation, it simply shows the total sale price with no mention of furniture.This obviously leads to CGT being payable on the attributed value of the furniture.Is it permissible under the French Plus Value system to deduct the value of the furniture from the total sale price?N.B. We did not buy the furniture with the property. We bought and added all the furniture.Is it also permissible to include the cost of all the diagnostiques eg DPE, termite survey etc in preparation for the sale, as a legitimate off-settable expense, as this too has not been taken into consideration.I would also appreciate direction to any official French reference or website that explains the above. I have been unable to find one. Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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