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Help declaring my income for French tax 2018
Income tax in France Guide 2018
Published: February 2018
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Connexion publishes an annual guide to completing your French tax declaration. The latest 68-page guide available relates to 2017 income (declared in spring 2018) and is available either as a printed copy sent to you by post or as a PDF download. Please note the guide gives step-by-step guidelines to completing the printed tax forms. It also includes a section on online declaration however because everyone’s online experience is different we show only an overview of this.

The guide costs €12.50 (plus P&P for printed copies).

The guide is primarily aimed at Britons living in France or those in the UK receiving income from France such as income received from renting out a holiday home here.

This guide details information needed to make your declaration. It shows how to declare your income such as pensions, rent, ISAs, shares, savings and interest, with a visual guide to the French forms*.

Contents include: 
- Changes this year (2018), relating to declarations for 2017 income
- Tax residency and tax treaties 
- 2018 tax bands and exchange rates 
- Income to be declared 
- Double tax treaties 
- Social contributions 
- Useful vocabulary 
- UK rental income 
- Paper or online declaration options 
- Step-by-step guide to filling in key sections of the printed form/s*
- Claiming tax credits 
- Declaring foreign bank accounts 
- Different ways to pay 
- Reader questions and answers

*We use the latest layout available for this which is taken from last year’s forms as the French tax authorities do not release any changed forms prior to the opening of the declaration period, so after publication of this guide. Please note the guide gives step-by-step guidelines to completing the printed tax forms. It also includes a section on online declaration however because everyone’s online experience is different we show only an overview of this.