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Minimum income before tax in France

Posted by gordonpercy - Created: 4 years ago
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Posted by catman-797846 - 4 years ago

Tax isn't paid on income below €5000. having said that, all income must be declared - even €0.

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Posted by eurokiné-187861 - 4 years ago

Best to check this with an accountant as depending on his age/ situation it may be more practical to declare him as a dependant and get a rebate for him rather than top up his income on his own form. That being said I believe if he goes " independant" he needs to file a tax return regardless of what he earns- he may even be entitled to a tax credit if he works and has a low income- its really complex and a professioal would really be the best person to advise you both