Economic differences translate into social, territorial borders and, among the latter, within the same city. The neighborhood of La Moraleja, in Alcobendas (Madrid) is the one that registers the highest income of all Spain and multiplies by eight the one that is counted in the neighborhood with less disposable income, that of Carrús-Plaza Barcelona, in Elche (Alicante).
The Tax Agency has published today for the first time its personal income tax statistics by postal codes, in which it collects 2016 data from the neighborhoods of the large municipalities – those with more than 200,000 inhabitants, more than 100,000 filed returns or an aggregate gross income of more than 2,200 million euros-.
According to this statistic, La Moraleja is the neighborhood with the highest disposable income in Spain, 113,642 euros, well ahead of Vallvidrera-Tibidado and Les Planes (Barcelona), with 65,700 euros, and Somosaguas-Humera (Pozuelo de Alarcón, Madrid), with 62,390 euros.
They are followed Salamanca-Goya (Madrid), with 61,562 euros; Aravaca (Madrid), with 61,476 euros; Muntaner (Barcelona), with 59,498, and Pedralbes (Barcelona), with 57,667 euros.
Conversely, the neighborhoods with the lowest disposable income are Carrús-Plaza Barcelona (Elche, Alicante), with 13,286 euros; Garrapiles (Jerez de la Frontera, Cádiz), with 14,199 euros, and Altamira-El Toscar (Elche), with 14,218 euros.
They are followed Sector South-Polygon of the Guadalquivir (Córdoba), with 14,730 euros; Gea and Truyols (Murcia), with 14,878 euros; Ciudad Jardín (Alicante), with 14,945 euros, and Sector 5-El Asilo-El Canal (Elche), with 15,085 euros.
Among the municipalities included in this statistic, those with the highest average disposable income are Pozuelo de Alarcón (53,428 euros), Las Rozas (38,258 euros), Alcobendas (38,106 euros) and Madrid (29,400 euros), all of them in the Community of Madrid.
Those with the lowest income are Elche (16,977 euros), Jerez de la Frontera (€ 19,415), Móstoles (€ 19,853) and Hospitalet de Llobregat (20,164 euros).