The Executive Council, meeting in plenary session on Tuesday 23 May 2018, has decided to postpone to Saturday 30 June 2018, the deadline for filing 2017 income returns for the year. In the event of late filing, an increase of 10% will be applied by the State services.
By unanimous vote, the elected members of the Executive Council have decided to postpone this date, which benefits all Saint-Martinois households. Thus, taxpayers have until June 30 (midnight) to file their declaration with the Center of Public Finance of St. Martin, located at Concordia Street Jean-Jacques Fayel.
If you do not receive your declaration form by post, you will find on the Internet site of the Collective www.com-saint-martin.fr (heading Taxation), all the printed matter and notices useful to declare the income which you have collected during the 2017 year.
A special device to help users complete their declaration
Users are informed that the Saint Martin Public Finance Center is putting in place a special mechanism to help them meet their reporting obligations. To this end, the staff concerned will be strongly mobilized and will be able to welcome the taxpayers until 08 June 2018:
- Monday, Tuesday and Thursday from 7h30 to 12h00 and from 14h00 to 16h00
- Wednesday and Friday from 7h30 to 12h00
All reception boxes available will be open to the public.
Beyond this date, the Public Finance Center will be open to the public at regular times on Mondays and Tuesdays from 8h00 to 12h00. The deadline for the payment of income tax has been set for 30 September 2018.
The Saint-Martin Community invites you to fulfill your tax obligations within the time allowed and thanks you for your contribution.