Infotech Income tax return: the devil is in the details

Income tax return: the devil is in the details

Like every spring, the little music of the income tax return is heard in the ears of taxpayers. Unlike last year, the health crisis did not upset the 2021 tax campaign. We therefore find the usual schedule. The online declaration service has been open since April 8. Paper declarations are arriving in letterboxes this month. The filing deadlines are as follows: May 20 for the paper version or May 26, 1er June and 8 June for remote declarations, depending on the place of residence. Due to confinement in many departments, it is not sure that all tax centers are open to the public. And if this is the case, the reception will only be by appointment. Also, to cope with the influx of questions, the tax authorities have modified their remote information tools. Bercy has set up a national telephone number, created a virtual assistant (appearing in the personal space messaging system) to answer the most common questions, and launched a new version of its Taxation mobile application. govt.


Internet : this site lists the most frequent errors and explains the “right to make mistakes”.

Phone : 0 809 401 401 (national number billed at the price of a local call) Monday to Friday, 8:30 a.m. to 7 p.m.

Smartphone application: Taxes.gouv

  • Double-edged simplification

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