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Income tax annual return - 2020

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The income tax in France is deducted at source : it is automatically withdrawn from your salary, and appears on your pay slip.
Nevertheless, in order for the tax authorities to regularize your situation and recalculate your tax rate according to your situation (family, other incomes), you must declare your income every year.


The 2020 calendar for the annual income tax return


You must respect the deadlines set : they vary depending on your residence area, and on whether you declare your income online or with a paper return.
  • Start of the annual income tax declaration services : Monday 20 April 2020
  • Deadline for online tax returns, if you live in Isère (Grenoble) or Drôme (Valence) : Monday 8 June 2020 at 23:59
  • Deadline for paper returns : Friday 12 June 2020 at 23:59 (date as per postmark)
Given the current situation,
everyone who is able to is invited to file returns online.

If you are eligible to the new automatic declaration, please follow the instructions given to you by the tax office.

You can find the calendar information on these websites :
impots.gouv.fr, and service-public.fr.


How to complete your tax return ?

To know how to proceed according to your situation, please visit the section ‘Taxes in France’ of our website, whether you are a student, a PhD student or a researcher.

And for more information, please visit the following websites :
impots.gouv.fr, and service-public.fr.


Need help ?

Do not hesitate to contact your local tax office directly, via your personal account on the impots.gouv.fr website, or by phone.

You can find contacts on ISSO’s website, section Taxes in France > Contacts and useful links.



Updated on April 9, 2020

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