DIAN Form 210: Format, Instructions and MORE

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Would you like to know how to fill the DIAN Form 210? Here we will explain it to you! This document is especially important to be able to carry out the Income and Supplementary Declaration. Of course, and as its name indicates, for Natural and Assimilated Persons of Residents and Illiquid Successions of Resident Causers.

Consequently, today we will not only explain how to fill out this document, but what it is for and what its format is. You will also learn about DIAN and how to get in touch with it. So stay with us! Today you will know everything about him F-210.

DIAN Form 210 Format

Let’s start with the Format of Form 210, so that you can see in a synthesized way what this document contains. Keep in mind that this is very extensive information, and although we will try to explain all the relevant aspects, it is necessary that you read the corresponding instructions issued by the DIAN.

That applies to both this section and the next. Remember that the Income and Complementary Declaration It is one of the most important tax acts that you will carry out at this level, so you must inform yourself properly.

For now, let’s see exactly what does the Form 210 contain, as provided by DIAN, as contained in the Tax Statutes of Colombia.

Basic data

  • First of all, it is located in Pdf format. In other words, it is a downloadable document available to fill out that you will find on the DIAN website. Where exactly? In the section of Citizen service> Forms and Instructions.
  • In addition, it contains the Document Identification Data. That is, you will find:
    • The DIAN brand,
    • Name of the Form and Number of this.
    • Taxable year and if a fraction of the current year is taken. In this case it would be 2019 and part of 2020.
  • Below you will find the Declarant’s Data. In this space are:
    • NIT (Tax Identification Number).
    • Verification Digit (DV). You find it separated in the NIT.
    • Full name of the declarant, following the order of the space.
    • Sectional Directorate Code.
    • Economic activity, the one that generated the highest income in the year.
    • If there is a correction. It should be indicated:
      • Code.
      • Previous Form Number.
      • If you are the beneficiary of an agreement and do not want double taxation.
  • Heritage Section. In this section you will find everything related to this item of the declarant’s accounting. You will be able to see:
    • Total gross equity.
    • Debts.
    • Total liquid equity (gross equity – debts).

General Certificate

It contains several very important sections. Here you must register:

  • Work Income:
    • Gross income from income from work.
    • Income not constituting income.
    • Costs and deductions from. Only in the case of independent workers.
    • Liquid income (Gross income from earned income – Non-constitutive income – costs and deductions).
    • Exempt income and deductions attributable to work income.
    • Exempt income and chargeable deductions.
    • Liquid income from work (Net income – exempt income and attributable deductions).
  • Capital income:
    • Gross income from capital income and not constituting income.
    • Costs and deductions.
    • Liquid income (Income – Non-constituent income – costs and deductions).
    • Passive liquid capital income (ECE).
    • Exempt income and chargeable deductions.
    • Ordinary liquid income for the accounting year (liquid income + passive liquid capital income – exempt income and attributable deductions).
    • Liquid loss from exercise (Non-constitutive income + costs and deductions – gross income – passive liquid income).
    • Compensation for loss of capital income.
    • Liquid capital income (ordinary net income – compensation for loss of capital income).
  • Non-labor:
    • Gross income from non-labor income.
    • Returns, discounts and discounts.
    • Income not constituting income.
    • Costs and expenses arising.
    • Liquid income (gross income – dev / reb / ​​desc – non-constituent income – costs and expenses).
    • Non-labor passive liquid income (ECE).
    • Exempt income and chargeable deductions.
    • Ordinary liquid income for the accounting year (liquid income + non-labor passive liquid income – exempt income and attributable deductions).
    • Liquid loss from exercise (dev / reb / ​​desc + income not constituting income + costs and expenses – gross income from non-labor income – non-labor passive liquid income).
    • Compensation for loss of non-labor income.
    • Non-labor liquid income (ordinary liquid income for the year – Compensation for loss of non-labor income).
  • General features:
    • Liquid income general certificate.
    • Exempt income and limited taxable deductions. It is the sum of all the amounts contained in the three sections of the general certificate (labor, capital, non-labor).
    • Ordinary liquid income of the general certificate. It is nothing more than the subtraction between the liquid income of the general ID and the exempt income and limited taxable deductions.
    • Compensation for losses.
    • Compensation for excess presumptive income.
    • Taxable income.
    • Net income taxable (ordinary liquid income + taxable income – compensation for losses – compensation for excesses).
    • Presumptive income.

Specific Cédulas

  • Pension certificate: here the data of the different pensions received by the declarant (if it is the case) are entered. Always following the directions of the DIAN.
  • Certificate of dividends and participations: It is about registering the value of all dividends and participations that the declarant had in the taxable year.

Occasional earnings

As its name implies, it corresponds to income that is not fixed, but was obtained from time to time. Some are not taxable, so you must enter the amount of these.

Private settlement

In this section you will find the taxes on taxable net income (dividends, participations and pensions) and the discounts received. With these, the total taxes to be paid and in favor are determined.

Others

You will find other spaces for the signatures of the accountant, the declarant, the stamp of the collecting entity and the total amount that you have to pay for Declare Income.

These are all the spaces that you must fill out on DIAN Form 210. However, first you should know some additional aspects that we will mention in the next section.

Instructions for filling out DIAN Form 210

Now that you know the format of the form, we can move on to Instructions for filling out DIAN Form 210. This is available on the DIAN page, in the section on Citizen Services> Forms and Instructions.

Likewise, you can enter the Form 210 through that same link. You will find the instructions in its entirety, which are twelve pages of instructions. You will find a description for each of the spaces that you must fill, so that you know how to fill in the form correctly.

You must follow this instruction to the letter, taking into account:

  • It cannot have erasures or amendments.
  • Most of the information that the document will contain is established in the RUT. Consequently, it must be up to date.
  • Values ​​are approximated to the nearest multiple of 1000. If no value corresponds, enter 0.
  • The spaces for values ​​or can have parentheses, characters or negatives.
  • Can find the form in this this link or directly on the DIAN web portal. This you must fill it out, print it, sign it and present it at the bank. The one that we present to you above cannot be filled out, it is only a model.

Also, you will find this in the same instructions. Remember that you will not be able to use the document if you fill out or accept copies of it.

What is DIAN Form 210 for?


The DIAN Form 210 It is used to make the Income Declaration. That is, it is a document that serves to record all the income, expenses and investments that a person had during the taxable year.

These values ​​are used to determine the total value of taxes that the declarant must pay to the State. The entity in charge of managing this is the National Tax and Customs Directorate (DIAN). This same one is in charge of issuing Form 210 so that the person can fill it out from the web page.

Once the diligence is done, the document can be printed, signed and taken to make the respective validation. It is undoubtedly a very important and mandatory document.

What is DIAN?

The National Tax and Customs Directorate (DIAN) It is precisely in charge of administering everything related to the fulfillment of the obligations that citizens have with the State. These obligations are tax, customs and exchange obligations.

It facilitates international trade transactions and, as you have seen so far, administers matters relating to Income and Complementary Tax. It also administers other national taxes such as the national stamp tax.

It also has to do with the collection of all the collections of customs duties and other taxes and sanctions that Colombia has in foreign trade.

This governmental entity was founded in 1993 and is based in Bogotá. Depends on Ministry of Finance and Public Credit. It has a legal personality and autonomy at the budget and administration level.

Website and Contact with DIAN

DIAN has its own portal Web so that all interested can know everything about this entity. You will find spaces to do online procedures, such as to fill out Form 210, and information spaces.

You have the section on Notifications, Appointment Assignment, how to enable the Electronic Invoice, information about the RUT and much, much more. You can access news, news. Basically everything and more than you could ever need.

For get in touch with DIAN, you can access several ways: approaching the headquarters or calling. You can see them Contact points entering the corresponding link. There you will see the opening hours, telephone numbers, headquarters and, of course, the place where they are.

You can also access the DIAN chat and raise your doubts. Try to be as clear or clear as possible so that you can get a helpful answer. It is an automated system, so use keywords about what you are looking for.

What is DIAN Form 210?

The Form 210 of the DIAN is used to make the Income and Supplementary Declaration. This document must be filled out on the DIAN website, and then printed, filled out and presented where appropriate.

It reflects all the income, expenses and investments made by the holder during the taxable year. It allows you to estimate the total value of taxes that you must pay as an obligation that you have before the State of Colombia.

The most important aspect is to follow the Instructive the verbatim. It has an instruction for each space on the form. We have left you a model so that you know how to fill out the original. The latter cannot have erasures, amendments or be photocopied.

We hope we have helped you with what you were looking for.

Until next time!

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