Do you live in the UK and don’t know where and what income to declare? Lepetitjournal.com helps you with your tax return and tells you what to declare in relation to the tax treaty concluded with your country of residence.
A tax treaty was signed between England and France to avoid double taxation and avoid tax evasion on income tax basis. What are the main incomes to declare if you are a French resident in the United Kingdom?
As a reminder, the deadline for online notification is fixed Thursday, May 25, 2023 to 11:59 pm for French people abroad. Deadlines are fixed for filing paper notifications May 22, 2023 At 11:59pm (including French citizens living abroad), the postmark serves as proof.
Income to be declared in France when you live in the UK
Salary and Pension
– Salary for a private job in France (if your work lasts less than 183 days and your salary is not paid by an employer established in France, unless it is deducted from the fees of the structure established in France).
Salaries and pensions paid by the French government and its communities, unless you are exclusively a British citizen.
Income from independent activities
Income from independent activities (doctors, lawyers, dentists, etc.) carried out from a practice in France.
Income from artistic or sporting activities carried out in France.
Income from independent industrial or commercial activities carried out through a structure established in France.
Movable and real estate income
Income from buildings located in France (rent, capital gains, etc.).
-Capital gains mainly through the disposal of shares or stakes in real estate companies (more than 50% of assets consisting of buildings located in France).
-Dividends paid by a French company.
For more details and specific events, please find full Here a tax treaty was concluded between France and the United Kingdom.
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