Navigating the Ins and Outs of the 2023 Income Tax Return: A Comprehensive Guide

As the new tax season approaches, it's essential to be prepared for filing your 2023 Income Tax Return. Whether you're a seasoned filer or a first-timer, understanding the process can make a significant difference in your financial planning. In this guide, we'll walk you through the key steps and considerations to ensure a smooth tax filing experience.
  • Understanding the Timeline: The first step in preparing for your tax return is knowing when to start. The 2023 Income Tax campaign officially begins on April 3rd, with filing with us available from April 9th to the 1st of July, 2024. Mark these dates on your calendar to stay on top of your tax obligations.
  • Booking Appointments: Depending on your preference, you can choose to file your tax return online or in person. Be sure to schedule appointments in advance by booking via the website – here
  •  Determining Your Filing Status: Knowing whether you’re required to file a tax return is crucial. If your income exceeded 22,000 euros in the last tax year, filing is mandatory. However, there are exceptions based on income sources and amounts. Take the time to review your financial records to determine your filing status accurately.
  • Understanding Bizum and Other Declarations: If you engage in financial transactions through platforms like Bizum, it’s essential to understand the reporting requirements. Transactions exceeding €10,000 annually must be declared in your tax return. Additionally, income from Treasury Bills and certain types of pensions have specific reporting guidelines that you should be aware of.
  •  Exploring Exemptions: Certain types of pensions, such as those for victims of terrorism or disability, are exempt from personal income tax. It’s essential to familiarise yourself with these exemptions and ensure they’re not included in your tax return if applicable.

By following these steps and staying informed about the intricacies of the 2023 Income Tax Return, you can approach tax season with confidence and peace of mind. Remember, it’s far better to let the professionals take care of you, with proper preparation and knowledge, we can navigate your tax obligations effectively and ensure compliance with tax laws.

To ensure you’re ready to book here is a list of all the information you’ll need to complete the booking:

Full name of the person completing the declaration and family members.
DNI or NIE and número de soporte.
Expiry date of your DNI/NIE.
Date of birth.
Marital status.
Mobile number.
Email.
Address.
Bank account for the income/return.

Your current housing situation
If you rent a property:
Full details of the Landlord
Annual amount paid.

If you own a property and have a mortgage:
Tax Information.
Bank Compulsory insurance related to the mortgage.

Pension plans

Daycare expenses (for children under 3 years).

Health Care expenses

 

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