If you can’t visit your local tax office in person, you can pay your Taxe Fonciere online. It’s rather straight-forward.
Please follow this link here.
Click on « Payer en ligne »
Numéro fiscal : enter your fiscal number which you will find on your income tax form or any other taxes (taxe d’habitation or taxe fonciere)
Click on “Payer en ligne”
Enter the reference number of the tax you are paying.
(référence de l’avis)
Finally you will have to enter your bank details then your email address.
Once the tax is paid you will receive an email confirming your payment. Keep it for your records.
Please note you won’t be able to pay your French taxes online:
once you have missed the deadline
or if you have not received your taxe fonciere as you need the tax reference number.
Please send me an email here if you require further assistance with paying your taxes online or any other way.
You can ask the artisan to supply you with:
If you sell your car in France, you will need to send a ‘Déclaration de Cession’ signed by both parties to your insurance company.
You must write ‘Vendue’, as well as the date and time of sale across the Carte Grise (French log book).
That way, if the purchaser of the car gets fined for speeding you will have a proof that you were not the driver.
You can easily download a “Déclaration de cession” from the internet. Follow this link here.
Click on ‘Téléchargez le formulaire’.
Finally, if you require any help with some paperwork in France, please contact me here.