The french government has announced a reduction in income tax for the year 2020. The principal change concerns taxpayers whose is income between €9,964 and €27,519, with a reduction in the rate from 14% to 11%. We equally note the change in the threshold to which this rate applies, from to €25,405 to€27,519..
Slices and tax rates
The 2020 Income Tax scale sets the tax threshold and the applicable tax brackets for the 2019 income in France.
The 2020 Schedule of Income Tax in France is as follows:
- Up to 9.964 €: 0%;
- From 9,965 € to 27,519 € : 14.00%;
- From 27,520 € to 73,779 € : 30.00%;
- From 73,780 € to 156,244 € : 41.00%;
- Over 156,244 € : 45%.
Withdrawal at source (pay as you earn system)
Initially planned for 2018, the entry into force of the withholding tax on income tax was finally postponed to January 1, 2019. The way in which the tax payment will operate will therefore not change.
The DGFiP has put online a simulator for calculating the 2020 tax. You will find it here: https://www.impots.gouv.fr/portail/simulateurs
Do not hesitate to contact us to assist you in this process. A team of professionals is at your disposal to make it easier.
|You reside :||The deadline is|
|In zone 1 (départements 01 to 19 and non-residents)||04 June 2020 at midnight|
|In zone 2 (départements 20 to 54)||08 June 2020 at midnight|
|In zone 3 (départements 55 to 974/976)||11 June 2020 at midnight|
Please note, as of 2020, the departments numbered 50 to 54 are integrated into zone 2.
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