1. The Treasury "asks" 700,000 landlords to pay their rent on the income tax return. Almost a million and a half taxpayers have already asked for their fiscal data, available from March 15, in a campaign that will for the first time pulverize the barrier of the twenty million declarants and increase returns due to the tax deduction of income tax of 2018 - especially the extension of family deductions - and the reimbursement of maternity and paternity benefits that the Supreme Court ruled at the end of 2018.
2. How to make the income statement 2018 - 2019: guide and news. The Income and Equity campaign for the year 2018 starts on Tuesday, April 2 and will run until July 1, according to the taxpayer's 2018-2019 income calendar published by the Tax Agency. The taxpayers, who can check their fiscal data since last March 15, you can submit your income tax declaration today.
3. Registered unemployment lives the worst month of March in five years and falls in 33,956 people. The registered unemployment in the Public Employment Services offices has only been reduced by 33,956 workers compared to the month of February, the lowest rate since 2014. In year-on-year terms, unemployment has fallen by 167,467 people in the third month of the year compared to the same month of the previous year, with a year-on-year reduction rate of 4.89%. Also in this comparison you can see the fall in the pace of unemployment reduction, the lowest since 2014 as well.
How to make the income statement 2018 - 2019: guide and news
4. Trump's tariff war sinks the growth of world trade. The World Trade Organization (WTO) has reported that in 2018 trade grew by 2.9%, below the institution's estimates in the preceding months. This is 1.7 percentage points less than in 2017, a record year in a five-year period. The main reason for this decline in the rise is in the US tariffs; both by direct effect on transactions and contagion effect in the rest of the market
5. The Bank of Spain urges the entities to reinforce their capital and dispose of more toxic bricks. The body led by Pablo Hernández de Cos urges the national banking sector in its latest Supervision Report, corresponding to 2018 and published on Tuesday, to accelerate the reduction of unproductive assets (defaulted loans and foreclosed real estate), strengthen its capital, improve its profitability and recover lost reputation, among other tasks.