This past Wednesday, June 1, the
face-to-face phase of the Income campaign for the 2021-2022 financial year. From now on, taxpayers will be able to make the declaration with the help of a professional at the Tax Agency offices. Of course, for this it will be necessary to make an appointment before June 29, the day on which the deadline to request it will end.
As is the case with the telephone service, face-to-face coverage of the income tax return will only be available to taxpayers who meet three specific requirements: not having income of more than 65,000 euros, not having professional or business income, or not having more than 65,000 euros. of two properties for rent.
Almost two months after this income statement campaign began, the Tax Agency deadlines are being followed as established. On April 6 it began, on May 3 it was the turn of those who wanted to do it by phone and now all those who prefer face-to-face help can do it.
However, if there is a date that we must take into account, that is the last day that we can make the income statement. Do you want to know when the term ends to be able to render accounts with the treasury? This is what you should keep in mind.
When is the deadline for submitting the income tax return?
The Tax Agency has stipulated that the last day to file the 2021-2022 income tax return is June 30. However, those taxpayers who wish to domicile the result of the settlement must deliver it before next June 27 by any of the channels stipulated to do so.
The deadline is the same for all the channels through which the accounts for the 2021-2022 financial year can be delivered. Citizens will be able to do so online through the Tax Agency's website, by phone thanks to the 'Le Call' service (by appointment) or in person (by appointment). Of course, those routes that require an appointment must be requested before June 29.
Taking into account the last day on which the income tax return can be presented in our country can be very important. In fact, submitting the force of term may entail a penalty or surcharge by the Treasury, which could influence the result of your declaration; that is to say, in if it has left to enter or to return.