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France Allowing Companies Three More Months To Pay Property Tax

by Ulrika Lomas, Tax-News.com, Brussels

20 October 2020


France has extended the October 15 property tax payment deadline for businesses affected by measures to contain COVID-19.

Businesses can request a deferral by contacting the tax office indicated on their property tax notice.

The deferral adds to reliefs included in Decree No. 2020-987 of August 6, 2020, for micro-, small- and medium-sized firms and sole traders. The Decree provided that businesses may pay value-added tax and withholding tax due for the months of February to April 2020, which should have been paid from March to May 2020, over a period of up to three years. The same concession applies for balances of corporate tax and company value-added contribution (CVAE) that were due between March and May 2020.

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