When will French tax statements be sent to people in 2024?

You will receive your avis online or on paper depending on how you declared

You will receive your tax statement in the same way you made the declaration: online or on paper

Everyone who made a French income tax declaration will receive a statement, which will arrive in the same way that you declared - either online or on paper. 

The deadline for online French income tax declarations is staggered across the country’s 96 departments in groups of alphabetical order:

For departments 01 (Ain) to 19 (Corrèze) it passed on May 23, 2024 at midnight. This was also the deadline for non-residents who received taxable income from French sources in France.

For departments from 20 (Corse-du-Sud) to 54 (Meurthe-et-Moselle) it is on May 30, 2024 at midnight.

For departments from 55 (Meuse) to 976 (Mayotte) it is on June 6, 2024 at midnight.

Read more: You must declare for tax in France even if nothing to pay

The deadline for paper declarations passed on May 21.

When you declare your taxes online, the French tax website impots.gouv.fr generates an automatic avis de situation déclarative à l'impôt sur le revenu (ASDIR). 

This automatic document should not be mistaken for your tax statement, but usually gives an indication of whether you will have to pay any tax and how much this could be.

The statement itself is issued several months later.

Read more: EXPLAINED: France’s property wealth tax 2024 

Where and when will your French tax statement arrive?

You will receive your tax statement in the same way you made the declaration:

  • If you declared online, it will appear in your personal space on impots.gouv.fr (accompanied by an email notification).

  • If you declared on paper, you will receive a paper statement in the post. 

When French tax statements arrive:

These dates however are open to change and particularly if your taxes are complex.

If you notice a mistake in your tax statement, you can still correct it by submitting a reclamation accompanied with the requisite proof. This can be done for two years after receipt, or until December 31, 2026.

Get help with French tax declaration

The Connexion’s dedicated guide to French tax declarations in 2024 (for 2023 income) is available as a digital download here.

It provides an overview of the French tax system in an easily digestible format, along with answers to many questions from Britons and other non-French people about the income declaration system in France. 

It also includes information about declaring UK pensions, rental income from non-French sources, rules on self-employment income and many other topics.