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Tax return: several new features in 2022



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Tax return: several new features in 2022

There are changes in the tax declaration in 2022, in particular concerning the mileage scale or the allowances paid by the employer to cover the costs of teleworking. Journalist Dorothée Lachaud takes stock of these novelties in the 13 hours of France 2 Thursday, April 7.

In 2022, there are many changes concerning tax declarations, starting with the mileage scale. On the set of the 13 hours of France 2, Thursday, April 7, the journalist Dorothée Lachaud reports that “Faced with the surge in fuel, the government has decided to revalue the mileage scale by 10% for the taxation of income 2021. Very concretely, this should represent an average saving of 150 euros in taxes for 2.5 million taxpayers “. As it concerns “the allowances paid by your employer to cover the costs of teleworking, they will again be exempt from income tax with a limit: no more than 580 euros per year”says the journalist.

For those who have equipped their residence with an electric car charging station, they are entitled this year to a “Tax credit equal to 75% of the amount of the purchase price and installation costs. All this, within a limit of 300 euros. Note: it is without income conditions”, she adds. Dorothée Lachaud also specifies that “if you have taken out a first 12-month subscription to a press title since May 9, 2021, you benefit from a tax credit equivalent to 30% of the expenses”. For the housing tax, “one in five households will still have to pay it” but she should “disappear completely in 2023”.

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