• Who needs to prepare income tax returns?
- Do you live abroad and you have French assets? You have to declare those assets to the French tax administration even if they did not generate any revenue.
- Do you live in France? You have to declare all your revenues: the revenues you have in France as well as the revenues you may have worldwide.

• What is the deadline to submit the income tax return?
As from April 30, 2017, although the experience of the last few years has meant that we invariably receive an extension to this deadline, due to late production of the forms.

• French Tax Online service fees
299: you will have access to our special tax forms drafted in English, and your declaration will be reviewed by our tax team.

... read more
• Who is entitled to VAT refunds?
Have you bought a leaseback property in France? You can claim VAT back.

• What is the deadline to claim VAT back?
This depends on various parameters. One general rule is: the sooner the request is made, the sooner the reimbursement is received.

• French Tax Online service fees
189: you will have access to our special tax forms drafted in English, and your declaration will be reviewed by our tax team.



... read more
• Who needs to complete a French tax return for SCI?
These obligations apply whether or not the SCI receives rental incomes from the French property it owns.

• When is the deadline to declare a French tax return for SCI?
The deadline to submit the tax return of an SCI is usually around April 30th..

• French Tax Online service fees
From 249: you will have access to our special tax forms drafted in English, and your declaration will be reviewed by our tax team.

... read more
French Capital Gains Tax | French lower price tax representative accredited | 100% Free Tax Information & Documentation in English
French Capital Gains tax

All built or not built estates located in France held by :
- natural persons residing or not in France. (for non French resident, more information here);
- partnership companies;
- investment trusts in real estate,
are taxable when they are made through transfers against payment (sale, exchange, contribution, expropriation).


French Capital Gains tax: find out...