I live in France but still declare income to the UK?

I am a retired British citizen living permanently in France. All my income, pensions etc are in the UK. I submit a UK tax return because that is what I did before I retired. I know there is a dual UK/France taxation agreement. Must I submit a declaration to the French tax authorities?  C.W.

Yes, you have to submit an income declaration to French tax authorities each year for the previous French tax year (the same as the calendar year).

Taxation of income is done in the country in which you reside, not the country from which the income comes, with the exception of property and “government” pension ...

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