The Tax Administration based on Resolution DGT-R-032-2011 may authorize taxpayers to cancel the installments of partial payments on a monthly basis, dividing them into three equal parts, and the result will be the amount corresponding to each of the monthly payments, which are advances on account of the tax on profits (income).
For this purpose, the taxpayer must present a note within the two months following the beginning of the fiscal period, indicating that he/she wishes to avail himself/herself of this voluntary form of payment, so that the amount of the monthly payment can be calculated.
The cancellation of partial payments can be made by means of connectivity, through the website of the financial entity or by going to the cashier’s office of these entities. Consult here the financial entities that provide this service.
In case of requesting partial payment compensation, you must use the official payment receipt (form D-110) available in the Eddi-7 help program. Fill in box 84, indicate the tax and the exact amount to be paid, if the amount to be compensated is not the total amount, with the payment concept “06” of partial payments and present it to the bank that provides this service. To consult enter here
Deadline for 2020 income tax return
Once taxpayers file, between April 7 and June 30, their income tax return, the definitive moment arrives. To receive the money from the Tax Agency, in the event of a refund. Or to pay the consigned, if it comes out to pay. In the first case, the deadline can be delayed until December 30. In the second case, it must be paid before June 25 or November 5 for the installment payment.
The Treasury has a period of six months to pay the amount allocated to the taxpayers, starting from the day the deadline for filing the return ends, June 30. Once this period has elapsed, the Tax Administration will also be obliged to pay the tax late payment interest, 3.75% per annum, calculated from the date on which the six-month period expires until the date on which the payment is ordered.
However, this surcharge is only applied if the delay is attributable to the Tax Agency and not if it is due to the declaration not having been correctly completed, not containing the required documentation or lacking the correct data for payment. If the Tax Authorities ask for more information or consider that the tax return was not correctly completed, this six-month period does not apply.
From the web section of the Tax Agency Renta 2020. Moving forward you can check the status of your return by entering your file through the option “Processing services draft / return (Renta WEB)”.
Normally, if the return is returned and everything is correct, it will not take much longer than one month, but the rule states that the Administration has six months from the end of the deadline for filing the returns to make the refunds.
If the result of the Income tax return is a refund and it is still pending due to incidents that entail a reduction of the refund, the Tax Agency recommends that the file be accessed to check if it is within the system called “VERIFICA”, which allows it to speed up the refund.
Taxpayers with pending refunds that meet the requirements of the system will receive a message on the screen informing them of the possibility of speeding up the verification and subsequent refund.
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Check the status of the application at the Tax AgencyThe easiest way is to check the status of the application from the official portal of the Tax Agency. From the AEAT website, in the Renta 2020 section you can obtain the information in “Declarations already filed” and “How to consult a return”. The system will redirect to Renta WEB and will ask for identification. The answer may be that the return is being processed, that it is being checked or that it has been processed.
Even if the return has been sent with a request for a refund, it is possible that the result will end up being payable if the Tax Agency carries out a check. And if there were errors in the presentation, penalties may be imposed.
Interests for breach of the deadlinesIf the Treasury has breached the dates there is right to perceive interests of delay. They will be 3.75% per annum from the date on which the six-month period expires until the date on which payment is ordered, explains TaxDown, as stated in the General State Budget Law in its additional provision 49.