Stand up for your rights on social levies

No changes have been made to the rules concerning social charges and UK state pensions or UK rental income – so if these have been wrongly levied on this type of income you have until the end of 2019 to lodge a complaint.

That is the advice give to The Connexion by the central tax authority, the DGFiP, after we contacted it to report several instances of readers whose avis d’impôt for 2016 income shows social charges levied on incomes which are normally exempt.

It is thought that some problems are linked to the last-minute inclusion of a number of new boxes on this year’s income tax forms ...

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