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Old June 29, 2010, 12:59 PM
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File taxes

Hola,

¿Como se diría en español..... Have you filed your taxes yet?

The word I am having problems with is filed..... such a simple word and it's giving me a headache.

Archivar does not sound good.
Llenar also does not sound good.
Hacer does not sound proper, to me.

Help!
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Old June 29, 2010, 01:21 PM
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Llenar sounds like it could work meaning like "Have you filled out your taxes" but we can wait for a native speaker.
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Old June 29, 2010, 01:39 PM
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Hola,

¿Como se diría en español..... Have you filed your taxes yet?

The word I am having problems with is filed..... such a simple word and it's giving me a headache.

Archivar does not sound good.
Llenar also does not sound good.
Hacer does not sound proper, to me.

Help!
Esta un poco difícil, pero allí va.

-Haz hecho tu declaración de impuestos?
-Sí.

Con eso ya se da por descontado que todo está hecho y mandado. Pero la respuesta puede ser también:

-Sí, pero falta mandarla.
- ¿Y qué estás esperando?



Espero que sea de ayuda.

Aunque algunas veces, dudo que ayude mucho.
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Old June 29, 2010, 02:39 PM
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I agree with Chileno.

In a conversation, when you already know the time of the year (April, in Mexico), you could ask "¿Ya hiciste tu declaración?".

As for the verbs you thought of, you can say:

· Hacer una declaración de impuestos
· Llenar la forma de declaración de impuestos
· Archivar declaraciones pasadas/anteriores
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Old June 29, 2010, 02:41 PM
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I agree with Chileno.

In a conversation, when you already know the time of the year (April, in Mexico), you could ask "¿Ya hiciste tu declaración?".

As for the verbs you thought of, you can say:

· Hacer una declaración de impuestos
· Llenar la forma de declaración de impuestos
· Archivar declaraciones pasadas/anteriores
Aunque yo no usaría "formas" en vez de "formulario(s)"
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Old June 29, 2010, 03:46 PM
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Gracias a todos..... pero ¿qué si es un formulario donde pregunta esto?

Por ejemplo.....

- Did you file your 2010 Income Tax?
- If you didn't then please state the reason you don't have to file.

¡Gracias de nuevo!
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Old June 29, 2010, 04:11 PM
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Filed taxes means declaracion de impuestos.
Then it result very interesting.
I didn't know it.

I have to do my filed taxes of this year.
I haven't filed taxes yet.
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Old June 29, 2010, 05:32 PM
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"Declarar impuestos" es el verbo oficial en México, pero puede cambiar de país a país.

Si es una pregunta en el formulario, es probable que diga "¿Presentó usted su declaración de impuestos en 2009?" / "¿Hizo usted declaración de impuestos en 2009?" / "¿Declaró usted impuestos en 2009?"
Y "Si no es así, por favor explique la razón por la que no declaró." / "...por la que no hizo (su) declaración (de impuestos)."
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Old June 29, 2010, 05:34 PM
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¡Perfecto! Gracias Angélica.
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"Declarar impuestos" es el verbo oficial en México, pero puede cambiar de país a país.
Sí. En España no declaras los impuestos sino la renta.
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