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Form 100. Personal Income Tax Declaration 2019

6.1 Incorporation of tax data

Incorporation of tax data

 Filing an income tax return through Web Income starts from the existence of a file of tax and personal data. A declaration can only be generated as the holder of the same when we have a DFP or DF file of tax data, otherwise the declaration cannot be generated. If we do not have all the files of the holders, an individual declaration will be generated. To download the tax data file, you need an Internet connection and have: 

  • Electronic DNI or an electronic signature certificate accepted by the AEAT (for example, the one issued by the FNMT) 

  • Access code through prior registration (Cl@ve PIN) 

  • The reference number of any of the tax products issued by the AEAT for the 2019 financial year (for example, the draft or the tax data).

 This procedure concludes with the download of a DFP or DF file that contains the tax information and personal data of the taxpayer available at that time. It should be taken into account that this information is updated regularly so it could vary throughout the campaign.

 Once the personal data has been filled in and the taxpayer's family situation has been determined, the declaration is accessed. As a general rule, all tax data must be incorporated into the declaration, but certain characteristics allow it to be grouped into three types of data that require different treatments:

 Directly transferable data. They are those that do not require any additional information to be incorporated into the declaration, they are incorporated automatically.

 Data that needs to be accompanied by some type of complementary information without which it cannot be automatically incorporated into the declaration. In this case, the following message will appear warning of the existence of this type of data:

Warning message regarding the request for additional information for the transfer of tax data

 Next, the list of possible tax data concepts to incorporate will appear, and you must mark whether or not you want to incorporate the concept into the declaration. If you choose not to incorporate the tax data, you will have to complete it manually in the declaration.

 Selection screen, yes or no, to incorporate the tax information

 Data that by their nature are not directly transferable. These data are simply informative and cannot be automatically transferred to the declaration; a message will appear in the incorporation notes.

 Once finished, a list appears with the concepts incorporated and another with those not incorporated. This list can be consulted whenever you want from the menu View->Incorporated Tax Data.