capital mobiliario

English translation: investment income

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Spanish term or phrase:capital mobiliario
English translation:investment income
Entered by: Ruth Ramsey

10:11 May 16, 2018
Spanish to English translations [PRO]
Bus/Financial - Finance (general) / Tax Return
Spanish term or phrase: capital mobiliario
Tax Return (San Sebastian)

My question is whether to use the term "capital" or "assets" here and whether it's best to avoid the term "movable" and say "non-property". It's for a UK audience.

Thanks very much in advance.

"Rendimientos de trabajo

Rendimientos del capital inmobiliario

Rendimientos del capital mobiliario

Rendimientos de actividades económicas"

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Ruth Ramsey
United Kingdom
Local time: 14:48
investment income
Explanation:
In the context of Spanish personal/individual income tax (IRPF--Impuesto sobre la renta de personas físicas), "rendimientos de capital mobiliario" is generally translated as "investment income" (includes dividends paid on shares, interest on other investments, etc.).

You can translate the other concepts as follows:

Rendimientos de trabajo--earned income; salary income
Rendimientos de capital inmobiliario--rental income
Rendimientos de actividades económicas--business income

Hope this helps.

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Note added at 1 hr (2018-05-16 11:42:17 GMT)
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Hi, to answer your question, it is my understanding that capital gains are reported under a different section of the Spanish income tax return called "ganancias y pérdidas patrimoniales" (capital gains and losses).
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Rebecca Jowers
Spain
Local time: 15:48
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Thanks very much, Rebecca.
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investment income


Explanation:
In the context of Spanish personal/individual income tax (IRPF--Impuesto sobre la renta de personas físicas), "rendimientos de capital mobiliario" is generally translated as "investment income" (includes dividends paid on shares, interest on other investments, etc.).

You can translate the other concepts as follows:

Rendimientos de trabajo--earned income; salary income
Rendimientos de capital inmobiliario--rental income
Rendimientos de actividades económicas--business income

Hope this helps.

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Note added at 1 hr (2018-05-16 11:42:17 GMT)
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Hi, to answer your question, it is my understanding that capital gains are reported under a different section of the Spanish income tax return called "ganancias y pérdidas patrimoniales" (capital gains and losses).

Rebecca Jowers
Spain
Local time: 15:48
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Thanks very much, Rebecca.
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Asker: That's helpful, Rebecca. Does "rendimientos de capital inmobiliario" only include rental income or could it also include capital gains from the sale of a property?


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agree  philgoddard: Good answer. And no, income is not the same as capital gains.
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agree  AllegroTrans
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agree  Andy Watkinson
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