If you have made your declaration online in the past it is likely you will take this route, but whichever it is what do you do about income you have received from overseas and especially if you need to convert it to euros?
Your first port of call should be your Trésor Public as they should be able to supply you with the correct exchange rate, you can search for Trésor Public offices here.
However, it has been noted in the past that using figures from the Banque de France has been acceptable.
They supply details of the average for the euro exchange rate from the past two years, these are:
Exchange rate per euro
Dollar (period average)
2007: 1.3705 and 2008: 1.4708
Sterling (period average)
2007: 0.6843 and 2008: 0.7963
A range of documents are available on the Banque de France website.
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