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    Rita Boulton
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    I want to pay my tax fonciere on line. When I go into the website it asks for numero fiscal which I have then it asks for online access number. Where do I find this or do I put 7 numbers in like a password ?  Following that it asks for reference de l’avis which I have. Can anyone enlighten me please.

     

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    Rita, I have just paid ours today online, the tax number is the Numéro fiscal on your demand, enter that you will then be asked if you want to pay on line, click pay on line and you will then be asked for Reference, this is Référence de l’avis below Numéro fiscal; enter this and it should be all plain sailing from there. I cant say that I have ever been asked for an online access number though. Bonne chance :yes:

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    I want to pay my tax fonciere on line. When I go into the website it asks for numero fiscal which I have then it asks for online access number. Where do I find this or do I put 7 numbers in like a password ? Following that it asks for reference de l’avis which I have. Can anyone enlighten me please. Thanks Rita

    You WANT to pay yours  ;-)

    Sorry, just trying to ‘make light of this’, because after having to be away from France for 4 weeks (father fell and ended up in hospital), I arrive home to a nearly 500€ bill from them! :cry:

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    Rita Boulton
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    Thanks breadhead for your reply. I have managed to pay on line with your help. There are two options on the site and I chose the wrong one. It is sorted now and I have a receipt to say it’s paid.

    Mega Star. Sorry that you had that big bill when you were looking after your father. Maybe you are in a different department than me. Our tax office is Pontivy Dept 56 and last date for payment is 15th October.

     

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    No, this is a bill I get every year at this time Rita, but just even tougher to face for me this time!!

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    I hope you can find your way through this tough time.

     

    Regards Rita

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    We haven’t received our Taxe Fonciere, so, as I know we are responsible for making sure we receive these things, I have been trying to speak to someone to at least let them know we haven’t got it …… and trying …..and trying ….. and trying, always get the recorded message telling me all the operators are busy and to try again later!  :-(

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    Fruitcake, you may be except from paying it this year, for anyone who is over 75yrs of age on or after January 1st of that year and for a couple bringing in 16,902 or less ( fiscal ref figure on tax return for 2017) would qualify.

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    You’re probably right tigre but I thought we would have got something to say that we’re exempt as we do with the avis impot. We did only pay 18 euros last time at the last house so it’s a distinct possibility, I would just like them to tell me so, to have that piece of paper of proof, if that makes sense?

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    I know when we didn’t have to pay Habitation tax for a couple of years it was automatically done, with no notification, it may be the same for Fonciere. :unsure:

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    Fruitcake.
    €18 for taxe Fonciere, seems bizarre?

    Anyway at age 75 it is not an automatic deduction  as it is allied to resources even at that age. Hope you qualify, tigre has given the figures.

    Sont exonérées de taxe foncière 2018 pour leur résidence principale les personnes suivantes :

    les titulaires de l’allocation supplémentaire d’invalidité sans aucune condition de ressources ;
    les titulaires de l’Aspa (allocation de solidarité aux personnes âgées, anciennement minimum vieillesse) sans aucune condition de ressources ;
    les titulaires de l’allocation aux adultes handicapés sous condition de ressources ;
    Les personnes âgées de plus de 75 ans sous condition de ressources.

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    I did not know that I could pay it on line , so thank you very much for making my life just that little bit easier by posting this.

    I only have to pay 32 euros for my woods , but am trying to get that gotten rid of as the chap who has the same class of land as mine opposite does not pay any. we both own protected woodland.

    I cued up all morning ( last year ) to speak with an advisor in Auray and he agreed that I definately was paying too much and if I sent him a letter,he would look into !!  Good oldFrance, he was not permitted by the government to take any action to sort out my financial concern until I sent hime a letter explaining it,even though I was talking to the man the letter had to go to !  Of course I asked did he have a pen and paper,but he laughed and said sorry,it does not work like that. I am not knocking him personally as he was a pleasant guy doing what he had to do to keep his job,but oh la la !!!!!! Incroyable x

     

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    RW wrote

    Fruitcake.
    €18 for taxe Fonciere, seems bizarre?

    So it might Roger and I did query it but was told that with our resources and Mr. F’s age (he is 80) it was perfectly correct – you see there are benefits to being old and poor  ;-)

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