reduction taxe habitation residence secondaire

A question about TV licences (added 31/7/12).
Will I have to pay taxe d'habitation on both properties even though I live in England?
I understand that I am liable for the Taxe Fonciere, but do I have to declare that they are now completely two separate apartments?
Last year, three Italian girls rented it for September to May.I have a weekend retreat in the Normandy area and have all the Taxe d'Habitation etc bills sent to my UK address.I pay Fonciere and Habitation tax in France.Contact details should be on your bill.



I understand that if you are resident or have the right of occupation in a property in France on 1st January of any year, and are liable for Taxe d'Habitation, then you legally responsible to pay the tax for the whole year, even if you.
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You might like to read our article "French Tax on Holiday Homes Dropped" (ml).
I understand that a reduction in the Taxe Fonciere bill might be available for those French residents over the age of 65, if on low incomes, otherwise exemptions may also be made for those over 75 years old.
I reduction butinette deguisement can only suggest you go back to them and get them to explain all the codes, or indeed ask at your Mairie as they may well be able to help.Could you tell me if we will pay additional French tax when my wife and I receive our old age pension from the UK (tax paid in the UK)?Meanwhile it may be possible to close the bank account in France and inform the authorities concerned that you've returned to the.I would suggest you contact your old local council offices (Centre des Impots Fonciers or Bureau de Cadastre) in France, or whoever has sent the bill, to explain your situation, and let them know you did not own the flat for the period you were.We are on a limited income, my wife has a pension of appx 2500pa and myself having to retire early, I receive 5200pa, so things are getting tight especially with the Pound/Euro going the wrong way and finding that most building material prices have risen.Fingers are obviously crossed.I understand that the lodger should be liable for the rubbish collection element, and that I can claim it back "taxe d'enlevement des ordures menageres" which is approximately 21 of the bill.I found your article on property tax (Tax Fonciere Tax d'habitation) quite informative.



Whilst two bedrooms and the lounge is almost finished and we have use of a temporary shower we have no bathroom or kitchen.
Chambres, de même constituent des dépendances les chambres et annexes affectées au logement du personnel de service.

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