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Nice: all about local taxes and the tax service (SIP)


Do you live in Nice and are looking to join the Individual Tax Service (SIP)? Do you have questions about the amount of property tax? Here's everything you need to know about local taxes in this city.

The tax rates voted by local authorities are sometimes difficult to find.

Here is what you need to know about the tax center and the various taxes in Nice.

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How to contact the personal tax service (SIP) of Nice?

The SIP Nice is the tax center for individuals in Nice.

It is responsible for the calculation and collection of local taxes.

It is to this service that you should contact for any question on the calculation of your taxes, on your declaration, but also your potential exemptions and your claims.

If you are a merchant, farmer, craftsman, liberal professional or partner of an SME, you are not attached to the SIP but to the SIE (business tax service).

Here are the contact details of the Nice tax office:

  • Address

    : 22 rue Joseph-Cadei 06172 Nice Cedex 2

  • Telephone

    : 04 92 09 45 20

  • Email

    : sip.nice-centre@dgfip.finances.gouv

What are the opening hours of SIP Nice?

The Nice personal tax service is open Mondays, Wednesdays, Thursdays and Fridays from 8:30 a.m. to 12 p.m. and Tuesdays from 8:30 a.m. to 12 p.m. and from 1:30 p.m. to 4 p.m.

It is closed on Saturdays and Sundays.

The opening hours of SIE Nice are the same as those of SIP, except that it is not open on Tuesday afternoons.

How much is property tax in Nice?

To calculate the amount of your property tax, in Nice, simply apply the rate voted by the municipality to the cadastral income of your property (ie the cadastral rental value minus a 50% reduction).

This last value corresponds to the theoretical annual rent that a property can generate (weighted floor area x local reference rate per m²).

The National Union of Property Owners (Unpi) unveiled a report at the end of 2021 indicating that Nice was the major French city where the property tax had changed the least since 2010. Despite the abolition of the housing tax, the metropolis of Nice n has not increased the

property tax in 2022

and currently maintains a rate of 29.62%.

It is 36.02% if we add intercommunality.

In addition,

Le Figaro Immobilier

showed that the Alpes-Maritimes department was one of those recording the lowest increase (+1.12%).

In general, between the abolition of housing tax in 2023 and the revaluation of cadastral rental values, property tax is set to increase in the years to come.

How much is the housing tax in Nice?

The tax rate of the housing tax is established and voted by the local authorities.

It also depends on the value of the taxable property and the personal situation of the taxpayer on 1 January.


housing tax on main residences

, created for the benefit of local authorities, is being abolished.

It will no longer exist in 2023, both in Nice and throughout the territory.

Nevertheless, the

housing tax on second homes

still exists.

In Nice, its amount is one of the highest in France:


(source: Prello study).

It has indeed been increased by 60% this year, in application of the tax on vacant housing.

Nice is not the only city on the Côte d'Azur to feature in the top 10 of the highest housing taxes on second homes.

There are also Le Cannet (37.4%) and Beausoleil (30.7%).

How much are other local taxes in Nice?

The rate of the tax on the removal of household waste (


) amounts to 11.71% according to the report of the cabinet FSL.

To calculate the amount of his TEOM in Nice, this rate must be applied to his cadastral income.

The business property contribution (CFE) is set at 28.88%, again according to figures from the FSL firm.

Source: lefigaro

All news articles on 2023-03-22

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