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Source: Arrabe Asesores 14 February 2011

Control Plan FY 2011

Preventing and combating tax evasion helped raise 10.043 million

Recovered resources represent about 1% of Gross Domestic Product ? Spanish.
Secretary of State for Finance and Budget Carlos Ocana, and the general director of the Tax Office, Juan Manuel López-Carbajo, today presented the results of efforts to prevent and combat fraud in 2010, accounting for income the public purse of 10.043 million euros, 23.7% more than in 2009 and about 1% of GDP (Gross Domestic Product). In total, the result of effective planning in preventing and combating fraud, recovered 45.583 million euros since 2005.

In 2010, the direct collection of control actions, including reduction in shareholders' returns, amounted to 8.499 million euros, 21.3 percent more than in 2009. The collection of voluntary adjustments attributable to the induced effect, increased by 38.9 percent to 1.544 million euros.

ATTENTION TO THE MORE SERIOUS FRAUD
The long-term planning and emphasis on fraud investigation more complex, higher amount is the main reason for increased revenue for prevention and fight against fraud in recent years. In 2010 the average debt per taxpayer inspected amounted to 250,888 euros, 43.9% more than in 2009. The average debt has been climbing since 2005, when it was at 116,000 euros.

As proof of the result of planning and attention to fraud more importantly, it should be noted that this year the main increase is due to the results from the actions of central control of the Delegation of Large Taxpayers, established in 2006 and manages the relationship with taxpayers who have a turnover exceeding 100 million euros.

Tax crime records referred to prosecutors were 938 in 2010, and disappoint a whole share totaled 696 million euros, 11.2% from the previous year.

Investigations into the use of large amounts of cash with high-denomination banknotes have resulted in up to 2010 shares settled for a total of 1,114 million euros. Of these, 425.56 million are for late return, filed 541.03 debt and 147.9 reported crimes.

In 2010, 5,809 taxpayers inspected the property sector, 16.5% less than in 2009. The debt amounted discovered, however, 19% to 1.735 million euros.

WARRANTIES FOR THE RECOVERY OF TAX DEBT
Actions to ensure the recovery of debts rose 8.40%, reaching in 2010 a total of 2,017. These actions are carried out in coordination between the departments of inspection and collection in order to prevent economic leakages from fraudsters and allowed in 2010 increased by 20.1% compared to 2009 the total amount for these actions, reaching 1,492 million euros.

GUIDELINES FOR CONTROL PLAN 2011

In 2011 the basic criteria of performance in the control work will focus on testing and research on tax evasion, fraud and tax collection phase control over the ceded taxes.

The bulk of the performances will take place in areas where there is a greater perception of fraud, such as professionals or taxpayers with external signs of wealth that are inconsistent with declared income levels, and the fight against the economy together and coordinated with the Inspectorate of Labour and Social Security Treasury.

The most important and complex fraud will receive special attention and control the tax engineering and abusive tax planning, corporate trust structures and frameworks created to avoid paying taxes, creating intra-group financial liabilities financial cost generators to reduce or eliminate tax bases obtained and should be taxed in Spain, as well as the misuse of transfer pricing primarily on three major concepts:

• business restructuring

• the valuation of intangible

• the treatment of losses from the global economic crisis.

Continue to control the actions of previous years, such as those related fraud schemes in VAT on intra-Community transactions, verification of tax groups and corporate income tax group of entities in the VAT, and other real estate, adjusted the current importance of these activities and estimated risks. On the other hand, strengthen the control of foreign trade and Excise special attention to the control of customs value of imported goods, to actions related to the security of the supply chain as well as enforcement exemptions or reductions, particularly in the tax on hydrocarbons and the Special Tax on Certain Means of Transport.
For the development of these actions will strengthen the tax collection process and improve data selection tools and methods of work.

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