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Annual Income Statement. Economic Allocation per child or minor in own care < Go back

The purpose of this service is to collect information on the income obtained by the self-employed in the previous year. This information will be used to review the continuation of entitlement for the current year.

About this procedure

Who it is for

Persons who receive the Family Protection benefit for a dependent child or minor under the Social Security system and who were included in the special scheme for self-employed workers at some time during the previous year.

What you can do

This service allows individuals to report and save the following information directly into the system:

  • Net income from work (work, pensions, unemployment and other benefits) EXCEPT amounts received for: pensions for absolute permanent disability/grand disability/orphan's benefits, amounts for domestic employees, childbirth and childcare benefits (these data will be incorporated by this Entity).
  • Full income from movable capital.
  • Net income from real estate capital.
  • Net income from economic activities.
  • Capital gains (positive net balance).
  • Other income.

What you need to do it

The person concerned must be in receipt of a registered Child Benefit and must also have been self-employed in the year preceding the declaration.

Please note

In the event that the person receiving the benefit and the other holder are self-employed and live together, a separate form must be completed for each of them.

Next steps

The certificate is a PDF document, from which printed copies can be obtained and which has the CEA Code (Electronic Authentication Code) with which you can check its authenticity by going to the Documentation Integrity Verification Service.

Once completed, click on the ACCEPT button to complete the procedure.
 

To access this service check you have the necessary technical requirements.

El acceso a este servicio estará habilitado únicamente cuando se identifique como persona física o entidad

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