19 June, 2013
It’s always good news when tax is made a bit simpler. And that’s just what’s happened in France as the income tax (impôt sur les revenus) and social charges tax (prélèvements sociaux) are now being merged into one annual payment.
Although the combination of payments sadly won’t make your final tax bill any smaller, it will at least give a better upfront idea of how much you owe all in one go. Plus, there’s no more waiting for that dreaded second letter.
For more details on payment methods and timings, take a look at:
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