If you do not exceed the threshold of 6250 euros in 2019 and also respect the other conditions, you should not state this income. If you are above that, you must state them.
But beware: to assess the threshold of 6250 euros, it is not only necessary to take into account the income received through Parcify. You should also take into account income received through other recognized sharing economy platforms and also income received under two other new schemes for so-called "tax-free additional income":
· Occasional civil services (small jobs done for individuals)
· Association work
Every year - like all recognized sharing economy platforms - Parcify must provide both you and the tax authorities a tax form with, among other things, your identity (name and National Register number), the description of the services provided and the total amount of reimbursements paid to you and the amount and nature of the sums withheld. To be able to meet its obligations, therefore, Parcify needs your name and National Register number.
The tax authorities can use these tax records to check whether the threshold of 6250 euros is respected.
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