The time for procrastination over tax returns is over. All French people who have chosen the paper format will have to complete this famous declaration by Tuesday evening 11:59 p.m. at the latest. A deadline that applies to both French residents and foreigners. In some departments, online declarations are also affected. This deadline was initially scheduled for May 19 but was finally postponed due to delays in sending the pre-filled document to certain taxpayers concerned.
To obtain the declaration form, simply go to the website impots.gouv.fr or directly from your tax department near you. The deadline is also set for May 31 for online declarations from departments ranging from 20 to 54 (including Corsica).
Additional time for departments between 55 and 96
Concerning the departments ranging from 1 to 19, the deadline has already passed. It is therefore urgent to complete your declaration as soon as possible, especially since an increase may apply from now on, due to the delay. For departments between 55 and 96, as well as in Mayotte or on the island of Reunion, there are still several days before the deadline set for June 8, 11:59 p.m.
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