Must I pay capital gains tax?

I am told that if I have rented out part of my main residence for holiday rentals I have to pay capital gains tax on the sale of my house. I pay my taxes in France. Is this true? D.L.

It depends on how you rent and whether the tax service sees the activity as a business or not.

If you rent as a business it is likely the tax office would seek to tax an eventual capital gain. The tax ...

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