A few years ago I was lucky enough to get early retirement and I am in receipt of a UK govt pension, teachers to be exact. This is taxed in the UK ( double taxation treaty) and I enter gross amounts and tax paid onto my french tax return, which then 'receives' a little more in the way of tax. Still with me or have you all fallen asleep by now? ;-).
Quite soon I shall be claiming my UK State retirement pension which is not taxable but HMRC will take more tax from my teachers pension. As I am a permanent resident of France I will be putting the SRP gross totals on my French tax return. So, my question is this-
What forms must I fill in to send back to HMRC to request that they do not take extra tax from me as I will be taxed in France on it. Is it simply the France Particulier forms, in english and french and if so what do I mention as the income source not to be taxed.
I could try phoning HMRC but don't fancy holding on the line for several hours!