TAX DECLARATION DATE 2021. After the zone 1 tax homes, it is now the turn of zone 2 taxpayers to complete their tax return on the tax website. They have until next Tuesday at midnight.
[Mis à jour le 28 mai 2021 à 10h28] The reporting period is coming to an end. Taxpayers using the paper form and those in zone 1, residing in the departments numbered 01 to 19 (Ain, Aisne, Allier, Alpes de Haute Provence, Hautes Alpes, Alpes Maritimes, Ardèche, Ardennes, Ariège, Aube, Aude, Aveyron, Bouches-du-Rhône, Calvados, Cantal, Charente, Charente-Maritime, Cher, Corrèze) have already had to submit their 2021 tax return.
The next deadline is Tuesday June 1st. It concerns tax households living in departments 20 to 54. Here is the detail:
- Southern Corsica
- Haute Corse
- Côte d’Or
- Côtes d’Armor
- Loire Atlantique
- Lot and Garonne
- Maine and Loire
- Upper Marne
- Meurthe and Moselle
Do not wait until the last moment to get started! Remember that any delay exposes you to a first increase in your income tax. She climbs to 20% in the event of late filing within 30 days of the formal notice, and 40% when the declaration has not been filed within 30 days of receiving a formal notice. Remember that late payment interest can also be added. Be careful, because the slightest mistake can be detrimental to you. Consult our dedicated file to find out about the most common errors:
Complex family situation, tax credits and reductions … Are you having difficulty filling out your 2021 tax return correctly? Don’t panic, several people can give you a hand:
Whatever your situation, noDo not take the tax return lightly. The document is essential to determine the total amount of income tax payable by you for the tax year. Depending on what you have already paid via the withholding tax in 2020, the tax authorities will assess whether you have to pay a tax balance in September 2021. It is therefore essential that the information mentioned be verified and duly completed. The income tax return allows you, if necessary, to modify the rate of withholding tax on your income.
Like every year, the online tax deadline depends exclusively on your department number. In total, three zones have been determined by the tax administration. Here are the deadlines that apply:
- For departments numbered from 01 to 19 (Zone 1): Wednesday, May 26, at 11:59 p.m.
- For departments numbered from 20 to 54 (Zone 2) : Tuesday June 1, at 11:59 p.m.
- For departments numbered from 55 to 976 (Zone 3) : Tuesday June 8 at 11:59 p.m.
Taxpayers who use the paper form had until Thursday, May 20, at midnight, to send their income tax return, the postmark being taken as proof. As a reminder, only taxpayers who do not have Internet access or who do not have the capacity to use digital tools can still use the paper form.
Île-de-France has eight departments in total: Paris (75), Hauts-de-Seine (92), Seine-et-Marne (77), Yvelines (78), Essonne (91), Seine-Saint- Denis (93), Val-de-Marne (94) and Val-d’Oise (95). These departments are therefore part of zone 3 (for departments numbered from 55 to 976). As such, the deadline is therefore set for Tuesday, June 8, 2021 at midnight.
Do you get tangled up in your brushes? Do not panic. Linternaute.com suggests that you consult your 2021 tax declaration deadline using this table:
|Alpes de Haute Provence||May 26|
|High mountains||May 26|
|Charente Maritime||May 26|
|Southern Corsica||June 1st|
|Haute Corse||June 1st|
|Côte d’Or||June 1st|
|Côtes d’Armor||June 1st|
|At all||June 1st|
|Loire Atlantique||June 1st|
|Lot and Garonne||June 1st|
|Maine and Loire||June 1st|
|Upper Marne||June 1st|
|Meurthe and Moselle||June 1st|
|Pas de Calais||June 8|
|Puy de Dome||June 8|
|Atlantic Pyrenees||June 8|
|High Pyrenees||June 8|
|Eastern Pyrenees||June 8|
|Lower Rhine||June 8|
|Upper Rhine||June 8|
|Haute Saône||June 8|
|Saone and Loire||June 8|
|Seine Maritime||June 8|
|Seine et Marne||June 8|
|Two Sevres||June 8|
|Tarn and Garonne||June 8|
|Upper vienna||June 8|
|Territory of Belfort||June 8|
|Hauts de Seine||June 8|
|Seine Saint Denis||June 8|
|Val de Marne||June 8|
|Val d’Oise||June 8|
|The meeting||June 8|
The end date of the reporting period has been set for June 8, 2021, at midnight. After this deadline, the online declaration service is no longer accessible. It is up to the tax authorities to verify the information you have declared in order to establish the amount of your income tax due for the year 2020. The period for receiving income tax notices starts on July 26, 2021 Here is the schedule:
- You benefit from a refund (or you have nothing to pay): between July 26, 2021 and August 6, 2021 if you declared online.
- You have opted for the paper form, and you benefit from a refund: between July 30 and September 7.
- You declared via paper, and you have nothing to pay: between August 4 and September 7
- You owe a balance of income tax: between July 30 and August 6 (between August 5 and September 1 for the paper declaration).