Who is exempt from taxe foncière?

Income tax information in France in English for Britons
Certain categories of people do not have to pay the property owners' tax

Taxe foncière is one of the main local property taxes in France and usually payable to anyone owning a French home on January 1 of the year – but there are exceptions linked to age, disability and means.

It is worth making sure you obtain these if you are entitled to them, especially as, unlike taxe d'habitation, there are no plans to do away with this tax.

One of the exemptions, for the main home, is for older people who receive the Aspa pension top-up benefit or recipients of ...

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