Registration and management in the register of corporate parters
The role of corporate partner can be performed both by companies that have entered into an agreement with the Tax Agency within the framework of corporate collaboration in the application of tax contributions, and by professionals who work in the field of tax management and are associated or registered with entities that have signed a corporate collaboration agreement that allows them to do so.
In addition to belonging to a professional association or college with an agreement signed with the Tax Agency that allows it, you must sign an individualised document of adhesion to the agreement.In addition, professionals must be included in the list of partners or members which the entity that has signed the collaboration agreement periodically provides to the Tax Agency.
Both natural persons and legal persons can be registered as partners, using the link "Registration and management in the register of corporate parter", available under "Corporate Collaboration".
From 10 January 2019, corporate collaboration is changing with the corporate collaboration Delegate form. This new form allows corporate partners (private entities and professionals in the field of tax management) to manage employees (delegates) through this same option on the website, so that they can, with their own electronic certificates, carry out third party procedures.
New corporate partner registration
Once identified using the electronic certificate, the certificate holder's details will be loaded.Click “Accept”.
Next, enter the identification details of the partner marked with an asterisk:contact telephone number and email address.You will also have to select the associations to which you belong and whose agreement you want to join as a corporate partner.
With the new application, the "Delegate partner details" section will appear, allowing you to register employees as delegates for filing forms and making enquiries.Click on "Add".
In the "Delegate maintenance" window, you will have to provide the details of the employee marked with an asterisk.
During the transitional period in which both corporate collaboration forms co-exist, the "Restricted" button will appear for activating restrictions for a delegate. This ensures that, if they access an application that has not yet been adapted to the new system, it will act the same as that of a corporate partner with restricted access.Click "Register" to record the delegate's data.
You cannot add an individual who is already registered as a corporate partner on their own as a delegate.In order to add them as a delegate, this corporate partner must first unregister from the register of corporate partners with their own electronic certificate.
It is not possible to be registered as a delegate of two different corporate partners.In order to add them as a delegate, the previous corporate partner must remove them from their delegates.
You cannot add as a delegate an individual who is registered as a "Public Employee" of a public entity that is a corporate partner.If you want to add them as a delegate of a private corporate partner, the organisation (public entity) must unregister them as a public employee.
After filling in all the partner's details for their registration, click on the button "Accept".
The next step will be to accept the tailored joining document for adhering to the AEAT collaboration agreement, together with the conditions of use.Review the information, mark the "Agree" box and click on the button "Sign and send".
Once registered, the notifications page will be shown, where you can view and download the confirmation receipts of the registration in the census of corporate partners.To open the document, click on the Adobe icon.
If you later need to register more delegates, access again the option "Registration and management in the register of social partners" to provide the data of new people authorised by the corporate partner.After completing this task, a notification will be shown indicating that the registration procedure has been successfully completed.