What changes in France from June 1

A gas ring. Gas is getting cheaper in France this month.
Gas is getting cheaper in France this month

Aside from the second stage of France’s deconfinement this month (from June 2) gas prices are going down, electricity prices are going up, and there are some important tax dates to remember. 

Coronavirus deconfinement aside, there are a number of regulatory changes happening in France this month including: changes in the housing sector, driving and buying cars, taxes and unemployment and gas and electricity prices. 

Read more: Deconfinement in France: key June and summer dates

Declaring taxes

Tax declarations for 2020 (on income from 2019) must be done in June. Deadlines for declarations vary according to which department in France you live:

Departments 01 – 19:  Thursday, June 4

Departments 20 – 54: Monday, June 8

Departments 55 – 976: Thursday, June 11

Declarations must be submitted before 23h59 on the relevant date.

Lower gas prices 

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