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    Julia Michell
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    Thank you Tom for accepting me onto United in Brittany.

    My question is about local taxes. I haven’t done them for a few years and I’m not in France ATM. My emails and phone calls aren’t being answered and the embassy don’t deal with stuff like this. I’ve paid tax habitation and tax fonciere to the local tresor in Callac covering the last 3 years. But I just received a bill for Residence Secondaire for 2019 and a letter/form I cannot decipher HL_RV103 titled Bordereaux De situation des produits locaux non soldes dus a la tresorerie with 3 bill totals for 2017, 2018 & 2019. It’s quite confusing, from Guingamp dgfip and I can’t figure out if it’s an extra bill or a cynopsis. I know Macron increased taxes in 2017 but do I have to pay 3 property bills now? Thank you for any assistance.

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    The first question is-Is your house in France your main residence or looking at the title of the thread a residence sécondaire? If the latter has the Tresor been under the misapprehension that it is your main house?

    Is there a payment slip with it or attached?

    It is difficult to be precise but these are the things I can think of off the top of my head

     

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    And what do you mean by “I have not done them for a few years”? You mean you have not paid them or what?

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    3 years unpaid bills, ……produits locaux non soldes……local/not paid.  could be for the bin man or TV …it should say some where what the charge is for;  I think if there is a charge for bins you have to pay regardless, but if its for tv and you dont have one you will have to write a letter an say there is no tv.

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    Is it a “Bordereau de situation fiscal model P237”, which in that case sums up what you have been paying for the last 3 years and a proof you have no fiscal debts. Difficult to help you without having more info. Are the amounts shown on the document the same as the one you’ve already paid ? Maybe an email to your local tresorerie could be an idea to have more information ?

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    We get a letter every March asking if we have a TV and including an opt-out form for the audiovisuel tax.  As our aerial is currently being used to prop up a fence and the TV is covered in dust in the garage, we tend to take that option!

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    Thank you so much for your replies. My husband dealt with the bills from 2017, he recently passed do I’m up to speed on changes and I’ve not seen this bill before although I am forgetful so could be wrong. Bear with me please. The 2019 bill had a tear off slip yes. The letter with it is titled Bordereau De Situation Des Produits Locaux Non Solde Dus A La Tresorerie. At the foot of this set of figures says Total General Restart Du which, I think means owed. I got an email reply from Guingamp,n to the question I asked but had I sent a cheque. I cannot speak to Callac Tresor by phone as the man there refuses to understand me. I can write to Guingamp but I thought I would raise it here first. To date I’ve paid taxe fonciere and taxe habitation, I don’t pay audiovisual I don’t have a TV. The residence secondaire is indeed for ordures, ménage, waste disposal I just thought it was included in the fonciere but I can see that for 2018 it is not. I’m away and don’t have access to all my bills yet so I cannot check 2017 but suspect it’s the same. I suppose if I overpay they’ll send it back to me but I cannot pay by card I believe do it’ll have to wait until I’m there later in the year. I’m slightly anxious it might be a court affair like in England.

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