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Income Tax in France 2023 (for 2022 income)*

Published 22 March 2023

This guide is a digital, turn-page version which can be downloaded as a PDF and is searchable

Digital Only


(inc. TVA)

  • Digital turn-page guide, also downloadable (PDF)

UPDATED 11 August 2023

- Primarily aimed at Britons, covers pensions, rent, ISAs, shares, savings and interest - but also contains significant general information pertinent to readers of other nationalities
- Overview of online declarations + step-by-step guide to the French printed forms
- Includes updates given automatically after this year's site opened

Updated On


11 August 2023

Digital Only


(inc. TVA)

  • Digital turn-page guide, also downloadable (PDF)

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More about this guide

This guide is published in 100% digital / downloadable pdf format allowing us to make updates to it automatically as more information is released by the French tax authorities.

The updates will be an addendum to your guide and an email will be sent alerting you to these.

Primarily aimed at Britons living in France or those in the UK receiving income from France such as from renting out a holiday home here although readers of other nationalities will be able to use its general information, the guide details information needed to make your declaration.

It shows declarable income such as pensions, rent, ISAs, shares, savings and interest, with a step-by-step guide to the French forms*.

Contents include:

  • New this year! The obligatory property declaration found via the tax site
  • Changes this year (2023), relating to declarations for 2022 income
  • Double tax treaties and Brexit
  • Tax bands and exchange rates 
  • When do you become a tax resident of France?
  • Income to be declared
  • Prélèvement à la Source (PAS – At source taxation)
  • How to amend your rate if circumstances change
  • How your family situation changes the amount of tax you pay
  • Social charges: rates and when they are applicable
  • Claiming tax credits
  • Non-residents and French rental income
  • Ways to lower your tax bill
  • French social charges post Brexit + how to claim back any overpayments
  • Airbnb income
  • Income from selling power from solar panels
  • Declaring foreign bank accounts and investments schemes
  • Treatment of UK state pensions and UK government pensions
  • UK rental income
  • Online and paper form declaration options
  • Step-by-step guide to filling in key declaration sections
  • Personal allowances in two countries - how does it work?
  • Reader questions and answers
  • Self-employment
  • Deadlines for payment
  • Wealth tax: Who has to pay this?

The guide is available to view / download from My Account immediately after purchase. 

*IMPORTANT NOTICE: Please note the guide gives step-by-step guidelines for completing the printed tax forms which many readers often do before making an online declaration.

It also includes information on the online process which is obligatory in most cases now. However, because everyone’s online experience is different we can only give an overview of this and not a step-by-step guide to this part. 

We use the latest layout available 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.

We will add an addendum(s) to the guide detailing any relevant changes and alert you to this by email.  

The information in this guide is of a general nature, it is not advice which if needed can be sought by instructing a professional on the specifics of your case.

The Connexion is unable to enter into private correspondence on any matters relating to the completion of your income tax declaration/s, you would need to take appropriate advice for this.

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