This can happen to many taxpayers: having paid too much tax each year. In this case, the tax authorities reimburse you. Here’s when and how.
You could soon have a good surprise. Indeed, if your income varies from one year to another, the amount of your tax form also changes.
But with the withholding tax, in place since January 1, 2019, the regularization is no longer done at the same time. The latter is carried out following the declaration of income in the spring which makes it possible to know whether the tax deducted at source corresponds to the sum of the tax due, recalls Capital.
You paid too much, when will you be reimbursed?
If the amount of tax calculated on your return is less than what you paid in 2021, you are indeed entitled to a refund. This will take place during the summer of 2022. The public service website specifies that the transfer will take place between July 21 and August 5, 2022.
If you benefit from a reimbursement, this has been paid directly to the known bank account of the DGFiP, if you have communicated one, otherwise, you will be reimbursed by a check sent to your home address to be cashed at your establishment. banking.
You have a doubt about the bank account you have indicated or wish to make a modification? You can either log on to your private space from impots.gouv.fr under the heading “update your bank details” or call 0 809 401 401 (non-surcharged call) Monday to Friday from 8:30 a.m. to 7 p.m.
Conversely, as we indicated in this article, if you have not paid enough, the debit of the remainder will take place in September. The debit will be done in one installment if the amount due is less than 300 euros, in four installments otherwise from September 26 to December 27.