alittlebitfrench Posted February 9, 2022 Share Posted February 9, 2022 (edited) 1 hour ago, [email protected] said: It always used to be this lot https://impots.dispofi.fr/centres-des-impots/service-impots-particuliers-non-residents-centre-finances-publiques-noisy-le-grand/a-457afd it was a whole separate department, they issued different forms, had different deadlines etc, and non residents tax is calculated differently obviously. But the tax office has reorganised itself this year hasn't it so I don't know if it is still the same address, I am afraid you will have to google for yourself if you really want to know (or ask your kids to do it for you). You're burbling though - there are lots of non residents, Brits and other nationalities, who own and rent out property in France, and/or run other types of business in France, some of them no doubt visit France from time to time under the 90/180 Schengen visa waiver or on a tourist visa and I suppose some never set foot here. It's not a problem, France is quite happy for non residents to invest in France and pay tax here. The issue is if those people want to actually live in France, that's when it gets more complicated. Owning rental properties or having business interests in France does not automatically give you the right to live here. Just like there are lots of Brits who live in France but get their income from renting out properties in the UK. They pay their tax on the rental income in the UK, as non residents. Being liable to tax in a country and being regarded as tax resident in that country, are two separate things. What income gets taxed where is all set out in tax treaties, loads of people pay tax in two or more countries, it's not too unusual. I guess every country has a system for taxing non residents. I am sure you know all this if you stop and think about it - give your head a good shake and get the marbles back in their right places. A) You have not given me an answer....apart from...'it used to be this lot'. B) I just want to know (or the OP rather) we he declares and pays his tax. C) We are living in Brexit world. Edited February 9, 2022 by alittlebitfrench Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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