Limits to the obligation to declare
Limits to the obligation to declare: In income tax (IRPF) there is a threshold exempted from the obligation to file a return that is important to take into account when drawing up our statement because, if the result is to pay but we are not required to file a return, we can save money without committing an offense.
The limits for the year 2015 are as follows:
|Income earned||Limits||Other conditions|
|– Earned income||22.000||
|– Earned income||12.000||
|– Capital Gain / Loss||1.600||
|– Real estate income imputed.
– Treasury bill Performances.
– Social Benefits for the purchase of social housing or appraised price.