Moraleja (Madrid) and Carrús (Elche) repeat as neighborhoods of more and less income


La Moraleja (Alcobendas, Madrid) and Carrús-Plaza de Barcelona (Elche, Alicante) repeat in 2017 as the highest and lowest income neighborhoods in Spain, respectively, according to data updated on Tuesday by the Tax Agency.

The Tax Agency has published the IRPF statistic by postal codes of 2017, which includes the declarations of the neighborhoods of the large Spanish municipalities - those with more than 200,000 inhabitants, more than 100,000 returns filed or an aggregate gross income of more than 2,200 million of euros-.

According to this statistic, La Moraleja is the neighborhood with the highest declared disposable income (116,104 euros), followed by Salamanca-Goya, in Madrid, which with an average of 68,333 euros, scale from the fourth to the second position.

The third place with 67,854 euros goes to Vallvidrera-Tibidabo and Les Planes (Barcelona), which in 2016 occupied the second place, while the fourth is to Aravaca (Madrid) with 65,975 euros (before fifth) and the fifth, to Pedralbes- Sarriá (Barcelona), with 61,480 euros (before seventh).

Somosaguas-Humera (Pozuelo de Alarcón, Madrid), which in 2016 occupied third place, passes this year to sixth with 61,480 euros.

On the opposite side of the table, Carrús-Plaza Barcelona repeats as the lowest income neighborhood in Spain with an average of 13,590 euros, followed as in 2016 of Garrapilos (Jerez de la Frontera, Cádiz) with 14,269 euros.

Third place goes to Altamira-El Toscar (Elche) with 14,711 euros; the fourth, for Sector Sur-Polígono del Guadalquivir (Córdoba), with 14,778 euros, and the fifth, for Gea and Truyols (Murcia), with 15,014 euros, all in the same positions as in 2016.

Among the municipalities included in this statistic, those with the highest income are Pozuelo de Alarcón (53,185 euros), Alcobendas (39,376 euros) and Sant Cugat del Vallés, in Barcelona (39,089 euros), while those with less are Elche (17,597 euros) , Jerez de la Frontera (19,693 euros) and Móstoles, in Madrid, (20,147 euros).

Below is a table with the neighborhoods with the highest and lowest disposable income of the large Spanish municipalities in 2017, expressed in euros.

Highest income municipalities Number of declarations Average gross income Average disposable income

La Moraleja 7.298167.086116.104

Salamanca- Goya15.33491.15468.333

Vallvidrera-Tibidabo and Les Planes 17,57092,77467,854

Aravaca18.46290.87765.975

Pedralbes-Sarriá15.56182.92761.480

Lower income municipalities Number of declarations Gross disposable income Net disposable income

Carrús-Pza. Barcelona 11.28015.32013.590

Garrapilos1.54816.09814.269

Altamira-El Toscar11.58716.81114.711

South-Polygon Sector of Guadalquivir6.65616.84014.778

Gea and Truyols1.00517.24015.014

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