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Filing form 130 pre-return on paper
To access Form 130 Pre-declaration, you will need to first authenticate yourself, indicating the DNI/NIE and the corresponding contrast data of the declarant. In the identification window you have links to check how to enter the contrast data.
If it is a DNI , you must indicate the validity date, if the validity date is PERMANENT (01/01/9999), then you must indicate the issue date.
If it is a NIE , you must enter the support number.
In the next window, enter the rest of the identification details and the fiscal year/period of the tax return. Click "OK" to continue.
From this window you can also import a file that is adjusted to the current registry design, made with an external program or a file obtained by clicking on the button "Export" in the window to formalize the Deposit or Refund.
Then, fill in the various sections of the tax return with the financial details.
At the bottom of the form are the buttons available on the form.
Show or hide information on errors or completion notifications.
"Delete tax return" deletes the details of the tax return you are working on to start a new one.
With the "Validate tax return" button, check whether you have notifications or errors. Notifications do not prevent the filing of the tax return, although it is advisable to review them. If errors appear, they must be corrected in order to continue with the presentation. If this is the case, click on the "Go to Error" button to locate you in the box that you must check.
If no error is detected in the tax return, the description will inform you that there are no errors.
From "Import," you can recover the tax return obtained using a file made with an external program built in plain text (.txt) without any format that must be adapted to the logical design of the current or exported model from the form. Please note that if there are details indicated on the form, they will be lost when the file is imported. 130. When importing a file, all the boxes are unlocked, so that you can modify the data imported from any field.
Use the "Select Income/Refund" button to file the tax return once completed and validated.
Select the type of tax return based on the result. If it is a positive result, mark "To deposit," you can include, optionally, the bank account in which you wish to make the charge. You will not need to enter the IBAN account if you request deferral or cash deposit. Finally, click on "Generate pre-tax return."
Form 130 also allows you to generate the file in Official State Gazette format from the "Export" option, provided that the tax return has been validated correctly and there are no errors. You can choose the path in which you wish to save the file that will have the taxpayer's Tax ID name, fiscal year, period and extension. 130. You can recover the tax return using the "Import" option at any time, if you close the window.
If the result is not a deposit, the "Negative” option will be chosen by default under "Select the type of tax return". Finally, if the tax return does not contain errors, click on the button "Generate pre-tax return."
Read the notifications for filing form 130. You will need to obtain the validated PDF document and print it, write the Tax ID in the payment or return document and sign it manually. Then follow the procedure described in the instructions included in the PDF, depending on the type of tax return in each case.
To obtain the validated PDF document, click on "Continue."
The PDF document will be generated with the content of the tax return. You can save the document, print it and submit it on paper.
Please note that you must write the Tax ID in the copy for the collaborating entity and sign it manually.
If you have any queries regarding tax matters, you can get in contact using the pop-up icon "ADI. Do you need help? "when you start filling in the form in the bottom right corner, you can also contact 901 33 55 33 Tax Information or consult your Administration or Delegation personally.