UK pension plans and French tax return?

WITH regard to my tax declaration, I have a Personal Pension Plan that I have with Standard Life UK. Do I have to include this on my 3916 form?  C.S.

No, you do not need to include pensions – private or otherwise – on the 3916 form; the 3916 is for declaring the existence of foreign bank accounts and investments such as foreign assurance vie policies. Of course once you draw a pension from such a plan the income is declarable on the 2047 and 2042 income declaration forms.

Reader's query answered by Hugh MacDonald

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