CLAIM YOUR TAX REFUND! Sold a property or made rental income in France ?
Get a refund of your social security contributions (CSG/CRDS) !

It works as well for UK residents after the BREXIT.
Start the claim before it’s too late
THE LAW FIRM WHO IS CONCERNED ?

ARE YOU ELIGIBLE ?

You sold a property in France? You could be entitled to claim a french tax refund (9,70%) although you would remain liable for the solidarity tax of 7.5%.

You could claim the refund of CSG (9,20%) and CRDS(0,5%) if you have been taxed in France, but are affiliated to a social security system of another EU member state, Switzerland or UK.

More precisely, it is the case for the cross-borders commuters living in France but working in another EU member state, Switzerland or UK.

It is similar for non residents living outside France, working in another state of EU, Switzerland or UK, but having earned income in France (rent or capital gains) subject to social levies.

YES, IF YOU ARE A NON-RESIDENT :

    • You work or live in a EU member state, in Switzerland or UK and are affiliated to the social security system of this country
    • You earned income in France (rent or capital gains)

 

YES, IF YOU ARE A CROSS-BORDER COMMUTER :

  • You live in France
  • You work or have worked in one of the EU member states or Switzerland and are subject to the social security system of this country
remboursement de la CSG et CRDS

WHAT CAN YOU RECOVER ?

You can obtain the refund of the CSG and CRDS (social security contributions levied) on your capital revenues at the following rate:

  • 9,2% for CSG
  • 0,5 % for CRDS

For example: you sold a property 400.000€ and your capital gain is 100.000 Euros, you can be refunded 9.700€ from the social contribution paid.

DELAYS ?

The delays are fixed by civil law, in particular article R.196-1 of the tax procedure book.

If the delay expires, it will be too late to claim your rights to be reimbursed.

The delays to claim are :

Delays to claim csg refund
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FOR EU AND SWISS RESIDENTS

Your right to obtain a reimbursement has been confirmed by the French justice by decision dated April the16th 2019 from the Conseil d’Etat.

 

The highest French administrative court, has definitively established a right to reimbursement. 

 

The finance bill 2019 has finally adopted the abolition of the social security contribution (CSG/CRDS) with effect from 1 January 2019.

READ THE ENTIRE LEGAL REASONING FOR EU AND SWISS RESIDENTS

FOR UK RESIDENTS

On the basis of the Protocol on social security coordination annexed to the Trade and Cooperation Agreement signed on 24 December 2020 between the EU and the UK and which came into force on 1 January 2021, UK taxpayers who come under the NHS are entitled to claim back the CSG and CRDS they paid on their French source income.

READ THE ENTIRE LEGAL REASONING FOR UK RESIDENTS

WHY APPOINT US ?

We are a law firm based in Strasbourg, France, and have obtained many CSG, CRDS and other social security contributions reimbursements for our clients since 2014.

 

Within the years we acquired the right professional experience to defend your rights against the tax administration.

 

We know how to proceed with the French State to protect your interests and take the right action for the reimbursement of the social security contributions, unduly levied on your capital income.

 

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INTRODUCTION OF THE LAW FIRM

How to proceed to initiate the action for the refund of CSG CRDS ?

  • 1. Check your eligibility

    It’s very simple; you must be in one of the two cases mentioned at the top of the page. There are no other criteria.

  • 2. Contact us

    You can contact us either by tel at +33 (0)3 88 36 44 69 (we speak english, dutch, german), contact form , mail @ csg.refund@goffinvanaken.com or request a call back.

  • 3. We get back to you

    We will contact you as soon as possible to answer all your questions. We will ask you the necessary documents to prepare the file.

  • 4. We defend your interest !

    We will launch the procedure as soon as possible. In addition to the refund of the social security contribution, late interest will also be payable by the French State.