The Treasury will implement a calculator to know where the taxes go


The Tax agency will incorporate in its electronic headquarters a spending calculator so that the citizen know the impact of your taxes direct and indirect to tax collection and how much it is contributing to the maintenance of public services. In a commission of Tax authorities and Public Function, the director of the Tax Agency, Soledad Fernández, has explained that the implementation of this calculator seeks to citizens have a greater awareness of their taxesas well as what they are for, what they are used for and how much they contribute to strengthening public services.

“I think it is a way to raise awareness among the citizen and give transparency to the origin, that is, what taxes are for and what they are used for,” Fernández assessed. However, this is not the only measure that the agency will carry out to improve its external communication strategy. Thus, among other measures, the agency will also carry out joint training programs with universities, seeking to boost the agency’s presence in university employment forums. Among other points, the AEAT also plans in its external communication strategy to facilitate the reading of complex documents, so that they will select those texts most consulted by citizens to simplify them. If a positive result is obtained, the agency undertakes to simplify a greater number of documents for the following years. However, he has warned that all this also raises numerous technical problems of global review.

Tax collection: 19% more between January and August

On the other hand, Fernández has once again explained the impact of inflation on tax collection until August, stressing that only a quarter of the collection growth until August 2022 was due to inflation in year-on-year terms. so yeah Collection growth up to August was 19%of that increase only five percentage points corresponded to the increase in prices.

He has also recalled that the inflationary effect is different depending on the tax figures, so that it will not impact the same way on personal income tax as on VAT, being more pronounced in the second case. The data comes from a report prepared by the Tax Agency itself, which indicated that the collection between January and August 2022 reached a total of 168,796 million euros, 19% more than in the same period of the previous year. Of this total increase, some 7,011 million are associated with the rise in prices.


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