You should declare your UK pension
Reader query on if UK pension should be declared in France.
I have been in France for 40 plus years and have been receiving a small UK state pension for the last five years. The fisc told me this was declarable but not taxable. That sounded contrary to what I have heard. What is right? D.C.
Yes, you do declare it. The UK state old age pension is declarable as pension income here in France. It is declared first on the pink 2047 form, page 1 section 1 under pensions, and then this figure is transferred to the main blue 2042 form, page 3, box 1 AS. The fisc will need to know your total income to determine at what rate you should pay tax on your income, in the event you are elligible to be taxed on any of it.
Reader's query answered by Hugh MacDonald
If you have a money query send it to email@example.com We select questions for answer every edition
- The information here is of a general nature. You should not act or refrain from acting on it without taking professional advice on the specific facts of your case.
- No liability is accepted in respect of this article. It is intended only as a general guide. Nothing herein constitutes actual financial advice.
- The Connexion welcomes queries and publishes a selection with answers every edition. However, please note that we cannot enter into correspondence on money topics. Queries may be edited for length and style. Due to the sensitive nature of topics we do not publish full names or addresses on these pages.