Positive and negative delimitation
A. Positive delimitation
Regulations: Art. 21 Law Personal Income Tax
profits or considerations, whatever their denomination or nature, whether monetary or in kind, that come, directly or indirectly, from the capital and, in general, of goods or rights not classified as real estate, of which the taxpayer is the owner and are not affected by economic activities carried out by himself.
The income corresponding to the patrimonial elements, assets or rights, which are exclusively assigned to economic activities carried out by the taxpayer, will be included among those derived from the indicated activities.
Important : in case are assets representing the participation in the funds of an entity and the transfer of capital to third parties [Art. 29.1 c) Law Personal Income Tax ].
B. Negative delimitation
The following are not considered income from movable capital:
Derivatives from the delivery of released shares.
Regulations: Articles 25.1 b) and 37.1 a) and b) Law Personal Income Tax
Attention : from January 1, 2017, the amount obtained from the transfer of both subscription rights from securities admitted to trading and subscription rights from securities ##2##not admitted ##3##trading in an organized market is considered a capital gain subject to withholding. See Chapter 11.
The dividends and shares in profits distributed by companies that come from tax periods during which said companies were under a tax transparency regime.
Regulations: Art. 91.9 and transitional provision tenth Law Personal Income Tax ; fourth transitional provision Personal Income Tax Regulation
The consideration obtained for the deferral or fractionation of the price of the operations carried out in the development of a habitual economic activity of the taxpayer.
Regulations: Art. 25.5 Law Personal Income Tax
Those derived from the lucrative transfers, due to the death of the taxpayer, of the assets representing the raising and use of other people's capital. Nor will the return on negative movable capital derived from the lucrative transfer of assets representative of the raising and use of foreign capital by "inter vivos" acts be computed.
Regulations: Art. 25.6 Law Personal Income Tax
The dividends and shares in profits referred to in article 25.1 a) and b) Law Personal Income Tax that come from profits obtained in tax periods during which the entity that distributes them would have been taxed under the corporate regime
Regulations: Transitional provision tenth Law Personal Income Tax
The distribution of profits referred to in article 25.1 a) and b) Law IRPF obtained by civil companies that had accounting adjusted to the commercial code in the years 2014 and 2015 and who became considered taxpayers of Corporate Tax as of January 1, 2016, during the tax periods in which it would have been applicable the income attribution regime, will not be integrated into the tax base of the recipient who is a Personal Income Tax taxpayer, nor will they be subject to withholding and payment on account.
Regulations: Transitional provision thirty-second.3 of the LIS