Claiming a new work pension

My UK occupational pension started paying out each month from January 2018, significantly increasing my income. With the introduction of prélèvement à la source (PAS) in 2019 is there anything I have to do to notify the tax authorities before I complete my tax return in May 2019? I imagine that this will be classified as an exceptional change and I want to avoid being levied a surcharge for not advising the tax office in advance.

There is no need to worry. Strictly speaking, the PAS only concerns French salaries and French pensions, so your UK income sources are outside the scope of this.

Instead, the tax authorities operate ...

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