2023 taxes: this year there is zero tolerance, this form must be completed under penalty of receiving a fine of 150 euros

2023 taxes: this year there is zero tolerance, this form must be completed under penalty of receiving a fine of 150 euros

Gare à ne pas oublier cette nouveauté. ILLUSTRATION UNSPLASH. – Scott Graham

Comme à chaque printemps, la déclaration d’impôt s’invite dans le foyer des Français. Une nouveauté entrée en vigueur il y a un an fera l’objet d’une tolérance zéro cette année : le formulaire destiné aux propriétaires. On vous explique.

Taxpayers who do not comply with this new feature face a fine of 150 euros. Coming into force last year, the obligation for owners to declare their homes will be subject to the vigilance of the tax authorities.

Beware of forgetting, they could be expensive. Beginner's luck will no longer be king, the tax authorities believing that from now on, this rule is known to everyone and "no one is supposed to ignore the law".

Declaration of real estate

"Since last year, if you are an owner, you must indicate to the tax administration, for each of the premises you own, in what capacity you occupy it (main or secondary residence) and the identity of the occupants if you do not live in the accommodation yourself", pose the site of Public service.

Any change must be declared: a new tenant, a property that has become unoccupied, a main home that becomes a second home or even the purchase of a new property.

How it works?

If you are concerned, you must go to the section "manage my real estate", which is located in your personal space on the platform impots.gouv.fr.

You must then indicate whether or not you occupy the accommodation. If yes, you must specify for what purpose: primary or secondary residence.

If no, you must indicate whether it is a rental property – specifying the identity of the tenants, the period of occupancy from last January 1 and optionally the amount of the rent – or if the premises are occupied free of charge or if they are vacant.

Beware of forgetting. Failure to complete this property declaration will result in a fine of 150 euros.

Last year, the deadline for declaring real estate was postponed several times, following technical problems. This year, you will have until July 1, 2024 to declare it. 

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