Here are the things to change in your tax returns this year

Tax returns are undergoing certain changes. We are in the middle of the income declaration campaign for the year 2023. It began on April 11 and will end between May 23 and June 6, 2024. It is easy to notice that certain things no longer happen as before, because In the meantime, changes have taken place. Here is a list of these new features suggested to the procedure. There are eight of them.

Reinforced procedures to reduce the risk of fraud

The sending of a confirmation code by SMS for a change of RIB and the more regular validation of contact information are devices implemented in 2023. They are being renewed in order to avoid the risk of hacking of email messages. taxpayers. These repetitive procedures, apparently restrictive, are however essential for the protection of personal data and public funds. They come in nomination to the daily reflexes that we absolutely must adopt, like the exclusively personal nature of passwords and the gestures necessary to protect them.

Online declaration methods

Users will undoubtedly have noticed that the system is now enriched, particularly with regard to the DGFIP’s service offering on smartphones and tablets. After making appointments made possible in 2023, it is now possible to declare simple situations on their phones, in a few clicks, that do not require complex entries. To do this, simply install the impots.gouv application created in 2021.

Addresses of individual users separated for greater security

It is now possible for divorced people or those breaking up in a civil partnership to request that their address not be communicated to the ex-spouse. This new system, allowing people wishing to keep their new addresses secret, is available to the applicant via their particular online space.

Self-employed workers

Those concerned will now have access to online automatic correction services. In the same way as the original declaration, it will be possible to apply it to the sections of the merged declaration. Remember, moreover, that the category of independent workers was enriched in 2023 by the inclusion of farmers and approved medical practitioners and auxiliaries.

New features for collaborative economy platforms

Required since 2020 to communicate the revenue generated by their users, collaborative economy platforms, like Airbnb, Vinted and Blablacar, will now be able to include their customers’ data at the community level. These will be reproduced during the online declaration to assist them in the procedure.

However, the income received may not be pre-identified this first year. This will require their verification to complete them if necessary. These revenues must be displayed in the currencies in which they were paid. Finally, in 2025, it will be necessary to declare the rental income generated by the 2024 Olympic Games.

Reduced flat-rate tax deduction for renters of unclassified furnished tourist accommodation

While they previously benefited from a flat-rate tax reduction of 50% if they generated tax revenues not exceeding 77,700 euros, renters of unclassified furnished tourist accommodation will see this last drop to reach 30% for tax revenue does not exceed 15,000 euros.

Taxpayers could possibly continue to apply the previous micro-BIC regime to 2023 income, that is to say, the 50% flat-rate deduction. For their part, income from classified tourist accommodation locations located in zones B2 and C will experience an additional reduction of 21%. Which will bring it to 92%.

Finally, within the limit of 1,000 euros per year, donations made between September 15 and December 31, 2023 for the conservation or restoration of religious real estate heritage must be indicated in the 7UJ suitcase. These donations must belong to public entities located in municipalities of less than 10,000 inhabitants located in mainland France and less than 20,000 inhabitants for overseas municipalities.

Cases 1AD and/or 1BD established in 2023 must, for their part, be pre-filled with the amount of the value sharing premium received by identified 1 and/or identified 2 in the case of the sharing premium. of the exempt value.