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Taxpayers can request personal appointments from today



Taxpayers will be able to begin requesting their prior appointment for in-person attendance of the Income Tax return corresponding to the year 2023 from today, although it will be on June 3 when the AEAT tax office will begin to offer the assistance interviews in their offices for the preparation and presentation of documents.

The deadline for submitting returns, both to be received and to be returned, is set for July 1. However, for declarations that involve income and require direct debit, the deadline ends on June 26.

In addition to telematic means, the Tax Agency has launched this month the ‘We Call You’ plan, which allows the preparation of income tax returns by telephone. From the beginning of May until the end of the campaign, taxpayers who require personalised assistance can receive attention without the need to go to an office.

Likewise, a novelty of this campaign has already been in operation since the beginning of the month: the special assistance plan for people over 65 years of age in small municipalities in Spain.

In collaboration with the corresponding municipalities, the Agency offers elderly residents in more than 550 municipalities in the 46 provinces of the common regime the possibility of making their declaration without the need to travel or, in some cases, moving to a nearby municipality.

But this year’s Income Campaign is marked by the conflict initiated by the Tax Agency unions to achieve salary and labour improvements in this administration.

Despite the meeting with the general director of the Tax Agency, Soledad Fernández, the unions have decided to maintain the mobilisations due to the “lack of political commitment and absence of economic offer” to negotiate improvements in remuneration and in the professional career of the staff. The organisations do not rule out any scenario, including a strike.

From the Tax Agency, they assure that they have the will and authorisation to negotiate improvements but they condition it on the General State Budgets (PGE) of 2025. But the unions consider that this offer is insufficient, since there are no political or remuneration guarantees.

UGT, SIAT, CSIF, CCOO and CIG, which represent more than 80% of the General Board of the Tax Agency, registered a letter in Congress to ask the parliamentary groups to disapprove the president of the organisation and Secretary of State for Finance, Jesús Gascón, for the “serious situation” that the Tax Agency is going through.

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