Free (or reduced) Tax Habitation - do you qualify


(John Dislins) #1

  • If you are:
    either aged over 60, and are not subject to paying fortune tax (ISF) the preceding year;

    • either widow(ed), whatever age and not subject to paying windfall tax (fortune tax) the preceding year;

    • either in receipt of a state pensioners income support (ASPA) or pre-retirement pension supplement (ASI) corresponding to articles articles L. 815-1 et L. 815-24 of the social security code;

    • either in receipt of an invalid top up payment (AAH);

    • either are infirm or invalid and no longer able to work



  • Your earning may not exceed;






























































No of parts in your personal tax return


Your income fiscal reference shown on your tax return statement 2014 on income for the period 2013 :


-


Mainland France


Guadeloupe, Martinique, Réunion


Guiana, Mayotte


1 part


10 633 €


12 582 €


13 156 €


1,25 part


12 053 €


14 085 €


14 967 €


1,5 part


13 472 €


15 588 €


16 777 €


1,75 part


14 892 €


17 008 €


18 197 €


2 parts


16 311 €


18 427 €


19 616 €


2,25 parts


17 731 €


19 847 €


21 036 €


2,5 parts


19 150 €


21 266 €


22 455 €


2,75 parts


20 570 €


22 686 €


23 875 €


3 parts


21 989 €


24 105 €


25 294 €


above 3 parts


21 989 € + 2 839 € per half-part or 1 420 € per additional quarter part


24 105 € + 2 839 € per half-part or 1 420 € per additional quarter part


25 294€ + 2 839 € per half-part 1 420 € per additional quarter part





  • Occupy your home :

    • either alone or with your partner

    • either with persons declared as dependants in your personal tax returns

    • either with persons in receipt of a state pensioners income support (ASPA) or pre-retirement pension supplement (ASI)




(tony hull) #2

Hi

Is Habitation Tax paid by renters? And does the over 60 years of age exemption apply?


(Tracy Thurling) #3

As a family with a low income we have certainly benefited from a reduction in Taxe d'hab several times, it is applied automatically provided of course you have filed a declaration d'impots;

We tend to get money back from les impots as well. We love France.


(Peter Bird) #4

A rebate from Taxe d'Habitation or Impôt sur le Revenue ?

never heard of a rebate on T d 'H before


(Danuta Karpinska) #5

How does one make a claim to be exempt from all or part of the tax? Or perhaps it happens automatically? I have just received a rebate and I've no idea why, and neither had the person in the office which I phoned to enquire where this welcome pre-christmas gift had come from.


(Peter Bird) #6

"...either widow(ed), whatever age and not subject to paying windfall tax (fortune tax) the preceding year..."

Being widow(ed) doesn't mean total exemption, it simply means exemption of half (if you lived in the property as a couple) of what is usually payable, unless any of the other criteria apply of course.