To digitally submit form 368 using a file, you need to have a file with the declaration to be processed, with the data adjusted to the design of the corresponding record.The XML file will contain the data related to a single declaration of a taxpayer for a certain period.
Using the following links you will find the template that the XML file must follow, 'File template', the description of the information that the file must include, in the PDF: 'Description of the information', and a file with the name:'Example of the file to be presented', which you can use as a guide.
On the E-Office you have the link to submit the tax return via file, for the Union's external system, under "File and view tax returns", "Featured procedures".Also on the E-Office, "All procedures", "Taxes and charges", "VAT", “Declaration of VAT on special systems for telecommunications, radio and television broadcasting or electronic services</g>”.
Submission of this form requires identification with an electronic certificate or DNI, which can be from the businessperson or professional, his/her attorneys empowered for these purposes, or social collaborations.
Click 'Submission of form 368 as a file'.
Once identified, a 'Notices' window will appear, which is worth reading.At the bottom click “Read tax return” to choose the file you want to load.
We recommend you keep the file on your computer in a folder called 'AEAT'.Once you have selected the file, click on “Open”
You will be shown an overview of the declaration.If the result is positive, you must make the payment via bank transfer.
If there are no errors, click the button 'Sign and send' to begin the submission.
Tick the box 'Approve' to confirm the presentation of the declaration and click 'Sign and send'.
If all is correct you will receive the response sheet, which serves as proof of your declaration, with the registration entry number, Secure Verification Code (16 characters), proof of receipt number, date and time of the submission and the details of the presenter, and, on the following pages, a complete copy of the declaration.