The Income Tax return campaign for the 2020 financial year ended on June 30, 2021 and about 14 million taxpayers were entitled to a refund from the Treasury. However, on the verge of the next declaration that begins on April 6, it may be that Some people have not yet received the corresponding amount from the administration.
According to the Tax Agency, you can pay the money that you have to return in a period of up to six months from the presentation of the declaration, even if it was done outside the stipulated period. Therefore, the month of December 2021 was the last in which the Tax Agency could return the money within the corresponding period.
However, according to article 103 of the Personal Income Tax Lawthe term can be extended up to six months after the end of the established process. Once this term has passed, the taxpayer would have to charge interest on arrears.
What are the reasons?
As they explain from the banking entity INGif the public body is taking longer than established to return the amount to the taxpayer, it is usually for a delay in reviewing the declarations or for having notified an error in the declaration.
“The most common reason why a refund is delayed is because the Treasury is checking the details of your declaration”, indicate. Generally, it is due to simple issues to solve, such as a deduction applied to which you were not entitled or erroneous data in the salary figures.
In this sense, the simplest way is to find out how the status of the processing of the return through Renta Web with Digital Certificate, Electronic DNI, [email protected] PIN or with the reference number of your IRPF. If the Treasury enters the return after the deadline, it will have to automatically add all late payment interest, which is 3.75%,