Collaborating with the Tax Agency
Public entities and Administrations, customs representatives and other people who work in the management and collection of taxes
Public administrations, institutions representing social, labour, business or professional interests and certain private entities may sign collaboration agreements for filing taxes, notices and other tax documents online on behalf of third parties.
Public Administrations can sign collaboration agreements to provide an assistance service to taxpayers to help them with the correct preparation of self-assessments, tax returns and notices.
Supplies and exchanges of information between the Tax Agency and other Public administrations and areas of cooperation
Procedure for a bank to act as a partner in managing collections
To register the powers of attorney granted by individuals and companies to carry out transactions and actions online
To enable successors of deceased natural persons or extinct legal persons or entities, and legal representatives of persons without capacity to act, to carry out online transactions on their behalf
Relationship based on transparency and mutual trust, which seeks to encourage and facilitate voluntary compliance with tax obligations by taxpayers, obtaining greater legal certainty, articulated through collaboration forums.
Associations and bodies representing entrepreneurs and professionals can sign memoranda of understanding with the Tax Agency to collaborate in the prevention of tax fraud
You can notify the Tax Agency of facts or situations that may constitute tax infringements or smuggling, or that may be relevant to the application of taxes
Reporting of information pursuant to Law 2/2023, when the content involves taxes and it was obtained in a work setting or similar
They represent third parties before Customs for lodging customs declarations.
The Tax Agency partners with other institutions and groups to help all taxpayers comply with their tax obligations