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Reference Information Pages
Information on becoming a taxpayer in France, when and how submit your return and details on the tax bands applied to your income. Also find out how other incomes may be taxed (pensions, rental income, interest, dividends), social charges and benefits.
Find out who qualifies for disability benefits in France, called Allocation aux adultes handicapes (AAH), and how a legal French resident can apply for assessment and financial aid from CAF (Caisse d'Allocations Familiales).
New measures of French tax and international legislation affecting French-resident taxpayers were introduced in 2010. This page reviews the main changes and those effective from 2011. The <i>Loi de Finances</i> was voted at the end of 2010.
Information on the different taxes for French residents; property taxes, VAT, wealth tax and stamp duty. Who has to pay and how to go about paying these taxes.
If you stay in France for over three months and you are not an EU citizen - if you are American, Canadian, Australian, South African or from elsewhere outside the EU - you will you need a <i>titre de sejour</i> residency permit. Here's how.