Charity donations and ‘at-source’ taxation in France

We live in France and are thinking of making a donation to charity, allowing us a personal tax reduction, as we have done in the past. Could you explain how this works with France’s new tax-at-source system? When will we get the tax reduction/credit?

Your question is timely because, in January, the minister responsible for tax policy, Gérald Darmanin, said tax reductions for donations will soon be contemporanéisé (a technical word but basically meaning they will be brought forward).  

The plan is that donations given to registered associations, which lead to tax relief, will be declared to the ...

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