Banking, insurance, currency exchange, taxation, prices.
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I put it in line "230 Intérêts" of the form "REVENUS DE SOURCE ETRANGÈRE ET REVENUS ENCAISSÉS A L’ÉTRANGER PERÇUS PAR UN CONTRIBUABLE DOMICILIÉ EN FRANCE" and carried it across to "2 ı revenus des valeurs et capitaux mobiliers" line 2TR of the main form.
As holders of the S1 form, my wife and I are exempt from the CSG, but I can't remember if I mentioned it on my declaration of revenue. Looking through the form again, I see no point where such a demand for exoneration may be made. I did mention it verbally to the very nice man at Céret who helped us declare, but there seems to be nothing written. Should I send a letter making clear that I believe we are exempt from CSG and quoting the relevant law ( in French of course) or assume that last year's exoneration will automatically be implemented again ?
an' the wun' cried Mary.