Are you an employer in Spain wondering what the Modelo 190 form is and how to use it? In this post, we'll provide a guide to the Modelo 190 form in Spain and cover the essential information you need to know.
The Modelo 190 form is a tax form used in Spain to report annual income paid to employees, freelancers, and other professionals. It is used to report payments made for salaries, wages, pensions, and other income sources.
Employers in Spain are required to submit the Modelo 190 form annually if they have paid income to employees or freelancers. The form must be submitted regardless of whether any income tax has been withheld from the employee's pay or not.
To complete the Modelo 190 form, you will need to provide the following information:
The Modelo 190 form must be submitted annually, with the following deadline:
Failure to submit the Modelo 190 form or submitting an incorrect form can result in penalties and fines. It is important to ensure that you are completing and submitting the form accurately and on time.
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