Treasury fraud: the multiple doors of the defaulters to avoid jail

Among the names of the list of defaulters made public yesterday by the Tax Agency appear some people with cases opened for tax crimes. This is the case, for example, of the former vice-president of the Government and former managing director of the International Monetary Fund (IMF) Rodrigo Rato or…

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Treasury advises: tips to waiters should be taxed by IRPF

Article 76 of the Personal Income Tax Regulation -approved in 1999- establishes “the obligation to withhold and pay into account […] when they satisfy their personnel amounts disbursed by third parties as a tip, retribution for the service or others similar “. This supposes, according to INEAF, that the company…

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The Minister of Finance, first victim of the phantom master

The former Minister of Health of the Junta de Andalucía, María Jesús Montero, said before her arrival at La Moncloa that she had a “Master’s Degree in Hospital Management” from the School of Senior Management and Administration (EADA) of Barcelona. However, the studies he studied were a “Diploma in Hospital…

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