Why is money due for French pensions alimentaires?

We are paying a monthly payment to the tax office headed “Pensions alimentaires, Revenus de source étrangère (taxés comme les salaires)”, which we have never paid before (we have paid our usual income tax). Is this new?  L.A.

A pension alimentaire is an alimony payment or a maintenance payment of some kind, and the other income mentioned is foreign income that is taxed as a salary.

Accordingly, it seems you are paying tax on ...

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