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Les déclarations de revenus se feront désormais sur Internet


Chaque contribuable a commencé à recevoir ses déclarations de revenus 2018. Il est désormais obligatoire de les renvoyer par Internet sauf dans les zones blanches. Remplir ces déclarations présentent toutefois une différence notamment à cause des prélèvements à la source. Quoi qu'il en soit, déclarer ses impôts reste obligatoire pour tous. La date butoir est fixée entre le 21 mai et le 4 juin 2019 selon les départements. Ce sujet a été diffusé dans le journal télévisé de 13h du 10/04/2019 présenté par Jean-Pierre Pernaut sur TF1. Vous retrouverez au programme du JT de 13h du 10 avril 2019 des reportages sur l'actualité politique économique, internationale et culturelle, des analyses et rebonds sur les principaux thèmes du jour, des sujets en régions ainsi que des enquêtes sur les sujets qui concernent le quotidien des Français.

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