Tax Code is cumulative

18:55 Jan 12, 2018
English to Spanish translations [PRO]
Law: Taxation & Customs / P45 form
English term or phrase: Tax Code is cumulative
Hola a todxs:

Estoy traduciendo el formulario británico "P45 Part 1A - Details of employee leaving work" y en una de las casillas a rellenar me he encontrado con lo siguiente:

"Last entries on P11 Deductions Working Sheet. Complete only if Tax Code is cumulative".

No sé cuál es el término correspondiente en español de España y me gustaría saber si me podríais echar un cable.

¡Muchas gracias!
Local time: 14:04

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3El régimen fiscal es (de tipo) acumulativo / progresivo
Helena Borrell Carreras
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"Tax code" and "cumulative"
Robert Carter



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tax code is cumulative
El régimen fiscal es (de tipo) acumulativo / progresivo

Creo que la palabra "acumulativo" explica el régimen al que está sujeto, pero si se quiere utilizar un término existente en el ámbito fiscal, se puede decir "progresivo" (la tasa impositiva aumenta a medida que aumenta la base imponible).

Como dice el compañero Robert, es un régimen que calcula los impuestos a pagar al final del año fiscal de acuerdo con las ganancias acumuladas (una vez superado el lindar de 11.500 libras). Yo vivo en el Reino Unido y mis impuestos son de acuerdo con este régimen.
Helena Borrell Carreras
Local time: 14:04
Native speaker of: Native in CatalanCatalan, Native in SpanishSpanish
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Reference: "Tax code" and "cumulative"

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1150L code
This code will be issued if you answer ‘A’ to the above question.
1150L is the ‘standard’ code for 2017/18. It gives you the standard tax free personal allowance of £11,500 for the year and is used ‘cumulatively’. This means your income tax and tax free pay is recalculated each pay day by taking into account the total pay and tax free allowances that are due to you since the start of the tax year.
For example if you are paid monthly, your taxable pay for the fifth month (August) will be calculated by taking into account your total pay for April to August. You should expect to have received 5/12ths of the personal allowance when the August tax is calculated. The taxable pay in August will simply be your total gross pay to August less your personal allowance entitlement to August. The same calculation happens each month, so by the 12th month of the tax year (March) you should have received 12/12th (i.e. all) of your personal allowance.
If you don’t have any taxable benefits in kind (like a company car), or employee expenses, or state pension, this is your only or main job and you have no other sources of untaxed income, then the standard 1150L code should mean you are paying the right amount of tax in 2017-18.

Robert Carter
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