Housing tax 2022: the ceilings not to be exceeded to be exempt


Tick ​​tock… You only have a few days left to pay the council tax. Pending its final abolition in 2023, 20% of taxpayers will still have to pay it before November 15 midnight.

If you opt for a dematerialized means of payment, or if your due is greater than 300 euros, you have until midnight November 20 to pay via your personal space on the impots.gouv.fr website.

As Capital reminds us, it is very easy to know if you are going to have to get your hands on the portfolio this month. All you have to do is refer to your council tax notice or, in the event of non-receipt, check the income thresholds not to be exceeded to be totally or partially exempt.

“Like the income tax scale, the thresholds not to be exceeded to be exempt from housing tax have been increased by 1.4%, to take inflation into account”, underlines the magazine. In our slideshow below, discover the details of the 2021 income limits not to be exceeded.

According to the website of the Ministry of the Economy, the family quotient is a system which divides the taxable income of a household into a certain number of shares.

Note: singles, divorcees and widowers are taxed on the basis of a share. Married or PACS couples, for their part, are taxed on the basis of two parts. Finally, people with dependent children benefit from additional shares of the family quotient.

“Note that children holding the mobility inclusion card (CMI) with disability mention are entitled to an additional half share of the family quotient”, specifies the government site.