Taxes: a tax return under the sign of the health crisis

Taxes: a tax return under the sign of the health crisis

Filing your tax return in these times of Covid-19 could be different. Journalist David Boéri, present on the 19/20 set, Thursday April 8, explains what is changing this year.

Taxes: a tax return under the sign of the health crisis

The tax declaration campaign begins Thursday April 8 and takes into account the health crisis. “This is particularly the case if your employer has paid you allowances for teleworking.“, Explains the journalist France Televisions David Boéri, on the set of 19/20 of France 3, Thursday April 8. They will simply be exempt from taxes up to 550 euros over the year. ” But beware, your employer may have already declared these allowances to the tax authorities, they will then be automatically deducted from the pre-filled declaration.

The tax-exempt Covid premium

You can also choose the actual costs by providing supporting documents. It is the same principle as overtime: you can deduct up to 7,500 euros from your taxable income if you worked these hours during the first confinement between March 16 and July 10.“, Continues journalist David Boéri. In addition, the government had undertaken to tax the premiums affected during the pandemic, such as the Covid premium.