Do I still have to fill out Form C? chiffre d’affaires encaissé (et pas seulement facturé!) sur le formulaire C que vous remettrez en même temps . , C Pro, , —if you’re hearing all these numbers Firstly, you can download any of the cerfa forms from CERFA number, finally clicking on “les impôts sur le revenu” from the list provided. form (n°C; N°cerfa: *10). You can also call a.
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We are registered with RSI under the regime of auto-entrepreneur micro-entrepreneur where do we enter our gite income and gardening services? Should we be entering it under auto-entrepreneur 5TA and 5TB?
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Interesting, I was doing some simulations to see what I would pay Under different regimes and found like you there was no way of declaring AE unless you had chosen to pay income tax with the AE payments.
Another error that will cost them, you have no other choice but to declare it there and according to my simulations you wont cefra any income tax on it.
I know because this year we actually have a tax bill of euros. Previously we declared on 5NG as non-professionals.
This year, we did not receive an attestation fiscale, which tells us which box to enter the yearly income into. On the form Cerda PRO, I have no idea as to where to enter his yearly gross amount, nor where to put the amount of tax that he has already paid on this amount.
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I am leaning towards box 5TB, but am now doubting my decision, have tried googling for a definitive answer, which I know is there, but it has got to the point that nothing is making any sense. I really need to get this sorted ASAP, as csrfa paper declaration has to be submitted by the 17th, I have tried to start an online declaration, but it will not recognise any of the numbers that I am entering for id purposes!
They know that already. You just enter his turnover for One figure in one box if you do it onlinesimples. All AEs pay social contributions as they go along, not all AEs also pay income tax as they go.
Seems a bit odd to me because I thought that social charges as in cotisations on earned income, were calculated by URSSAF not by the tax office, and charged separately not in a lump with your income tax.
I tried to do that and even though his ss number was recognised, it wouldnt allow me into the site to download it. When I looked at the calculation after entering 5NG tourism lettings and 5KP services it said 0 for impot and then a calculation as follows of prelevement sociaux: I have still not paid one centime in income tax, just social charges and I am only one part, if you are a couple your threshold will be much higher.
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Many thanks for confirming what I originally thought, with regard to the box to complete. My apologies for hijacking the thread.
No I meant, his espace client on the RSI site. The difference in deductions is significant and i think 2042d it opens you up to loads of other potential charges for being a so called professional.
The 2042x the regs are written is very poor and if you have not registered as pro then using the matrix cerra answering yes to 2 of the 3 questions, one of which is are you registered then by default you are not obliged to, really poorly written, but then I cant talk.
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Viewing 15 posts – 1 through 15 of 24 total. Confused thanks if anyone can help: He pays his tax on earnings every 3 months. Hi Chancer we are 2. X Have you subscribed to our newsletter?
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