Good Morning! I’m sure this is covered somewhere in your extensive posts but I can’t find specifics at this time so apologies in advance.
My wife and I bought a property in France (October '17) and moved in December '17. After extensive research I understand that we are classed as domiciled due to the amount of time we spend in France. I therefore realize that we would have to fill in a tax return even though our only income is derived from UK pensions and interest, rental income and some teaching (via Skype back to the UK). I’m registered as a sole trader in the UK so fill in a HMRC tax return.
My question is: When do I receive a tax return form (does it plop through my letterbox one day?) or do I have to be proactive (download form, visit local tresor etc?). I’m trying to do the right thing as I know that many “residents” flaunt French law re. tax, carte grise etc). I haven’t received a TdF or TdH yet - would we be given a tax number at this time or do I have to apply for one? It appears I need one sooner rather than later to carte grise my UK registered car (ANTS).
Many thanks in advance if members could help with any of this!