Procedure of paying late tax d'habitation in France?
July 10, 2011 8:53 AM Subscribe
How do you pay delayed tax d'habitation in Paris, France?
posted by snufkin5 to law & government (5 answers total) 1 user marked this as a favorite
I have been away for a long time, and having come back recently, I have realized that I have a long due tax d'habitation that I must pay, and was hoping someone here who has experienced a similar situation could help me out.
I have an additional 26 euros to pay as a fine, which makes the total of 259 euros. I payed the tax d'habitation by internet the year before, but it seems like I cannot do that anymore. The only option seems to be by cheque or going to the caisse du comptable. However the instruction says to include a TIP (titre interbancaire de paiment) with the cheque, but the original TIP that was included in the first letter does not include the fine I must pay additionally. I have gotten another letter that says "commandement de payer" which has something called an "Application RAR" which looks similar to a TIP with the right amount that I need to pay, but I'm not sure if I'm supposed to use that.
I should probably call tomorrow to see what I'm supposed to do, but what worries me is that I apparently got a threatening letter that says they will come seize my properties if I don't pay by the 17th of June, and that has passed already...
I'd greatly appreciate it if you have any advice, and also I'm not familiar with the "caisse du comptable" of my area. I live in Neuilly-sur-Seine just outside Paris. If you could point me to where I need to go, that would be very helpful. Thank you.