Paying impôts can help avoid paying capital gains tax

I have lived in France for four years full-time and I am now about to sell my house. However, I have been told that I will be charged capital gains tax on the sale. Surely this is not correct? Can you advise? J.P.

If you have submitted tax declarations to the tax office for at least two complete tax years of the four that you have been in France, then there is no tax due on the sale of your home since the sale of ...

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