Will loan payments pose problem?

I am preparing to apply for French citizenship. One section of the form relates to income. Part of my income is from a loan repayment from a limited company: it is not declared in the UK or France. If the examiners of my application compare French bank statements with French tax returns, they will see a difference – could it pose a problem?  G.P.

There is nothing wrong with having a loan repayment, though in future if your income is very low it might be prudent to state on the income declaration form in the extra information ...

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