Pozuelo de Alarcón (Madrid) is the municipality with the highest income in Spain, with an average of 72,993 euros, a figure that almost multiplied by seven the 11,166 euros of Zahínos (Badajoz), the lowest income, according to the IRPF statistics by municipalities of 2016 published by the Tax Agency.
Thus, with an average gross income of 72,993 euros, Pozuelo de Alarcón repeats as the municipality with the highest income in Spain among those with more than 1,000 inhabitants, followed by Matadepera (Barcelona), with 54,113 euros; Boadilla del Monte (Madrid), with 53,397 euros, and Sant Just Desvern (Barcelona), with 52,263.
The following municipalities in the list are Rocafort (Valencia), with 51,056 euros; Majadahonda (Madrid), with 50,992 euros; San Cugat del Vallès (Barcelona), with 50,840 euros; Sant Vicenç de Montalt (Barcelona), with 50,691 euros, and Alcobendas (Madrid), with 50,550 euros.
The municipality with lower average gross income is Zahínos, with 11,166 euros, followed by Fuenlabrada de los Montes (Badajoz), with 11,679; Ahigal (Cáceres), with 11,905 euros; Higuera de Vargas (Badajoz), with 11,913 euros, and La Parra (Badajoz), with 11,954.
Next they appear Almáchar (Málaga), with 12,032 Euros; Cervantes (Lugo), with 12,054 euros; Tornavacas (Cáceres), with 12,122 euros; Puerto Serrano (Cádiz), with 12,137 euros, and Montejícar (Granada), with 12,151 euros.
In the same way, Pozuelo de Alarcón is the municipality with the highest average disposable income (53,428 euros), followed by Matadepera (40,814 euros), Boadilla del Monte (40,326 euros) and Sant Just Desvern (38,960 euros). The lowest average disposable income is in Zahínos (10,376 euros), Fuenlabrada de los Montes (10,878 euros), Higuera de Vargas (11,012 euros) and La Parra (11,029 euros).
The statistics of the Tax Agency, which includes the 19.6 million income declarations of 2016, reflect or and an average disposable income of 21,367 euros.
By autonomous communities, Madrid is the region with the highest average gross income, reaching 34,272 euros, followed by Ceuta (30,234 million), Catalonia (29,541 euros) and Melilla (29,540 euros). By contrast, the lowest average gross income is in Extremadura (19,389 euros), Castilla-La Mancha (21,449 euros), Andalusia (21,799 euros) and Murcia (22,286 euros).