Calculate your tax savings bearing in mind the tax law improvement in 2015


The Tax Office pays you back*:


Your real expense will be 20

Make your donation through Goteo’s Virtual Wallet: a recently developed feature that allows you to donate immediately and later decide which projects to support. You will instantly obtain a document by our non profit entity Fundación Goteo, that certifies your donation to the Tax Office.

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The new regulation makes it easier for you to donate and contribute pushing forward more projects

Until now, your donations to charities and other similar entities payed 25% back in your annual income tax declaration. Starting in 2015, the deduction increases and it will even increase more in 2016.

The proportional share will vary, not only according to each year, but to how much you donate and when: contributions under or above 150€ over an entire year pay off determined, variable percentages.

If repeating with Goteo through, at least, 3 consecutive years…

When you collaborate with the same entity over the last 3 years, the deductions are higher*. Your engagement will be rewarded with a higher return this way.

(*) The limit of deduction over the tax base will stay 10%.
Artículo 19 (Deducción de la cuota del Impuesto sobre la Renta de las Personas Físicas) de la ley 49/2002, de 23 de diciembre, de régimen fiscal de las entidades sin fines lucrativos y de los incentivos fiscales al mecenazgo.

Thanks to your donation, initiatives like these get funded:

" It has allowed us to earn income, new training opportunities for social jobs and more media coverage "
Didacfb, from the project: INFINIT Loop

" To achieve funding without committing political or business interests we chose Goteo and in a week we got the resources for our documentary "

" Thanks to crowdfunding we could deal with data that was dispersed by various agencies and have a closer look at reality "
Civio, from the project: España en llamas
Objetivo 2015
Our objective in 2015: getting over 50% of Goteo’s users to exercise their right to tax benefits on their donations (in 2014, only 12% did!).