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Local Tax and non residents Tax

Posted: Wed May 22, 2024 6:59pm
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Philip1953

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About 9 months ago Deutche bank stopped paying our direct debits from our bank account we are in the process of sorting this out .In the mean time I have payed the utility bills by phone and internet .But I need to find out how and where I can pay the taxes Local and non residents .Also do we have to pay non residents tax if we don’t rent our bungalow out.?We are a shared ownership of the bungalow .Thanks for any information you can give me Philip

marcliff

Posted: Wed May 22, 2024 8:27pm

marcliff

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Posted: Wed May 22, 2024 8:27pm

Local taxes due to the council, such as IBI, car tax, bin tax etc can be paid at any SUMA office or, if you have copies of the bills with the CSV number on them, you can pay online at this link SUMA bills 

If you are non resident then, yes, you pay the non resident tax if you don't rent out your property. This is a regional tax so is paid at a bank or direct to the regional tax office online. Best to get someone like Spanishtaxes Ltd who charge 35 euro for the property regardless of the amount of owners. They charge slightly higher if they pay it for you or you can print it off and pay at a bank.

Anne1939

Posted: Thu May 23, 2024 7:37am

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Posted: Thu May 23, 2024 7:37am

Hi Philip

I can recommend as per marcliff’s post. 

https://spanishtaxforms.co.uk/spanish-property.html

I find them very helpful and efficient and have used them for many years.


Regards

Anne

Kenbo

Posted: Thu May 23, 2024 7:43am

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Posted: Thu May 23, 2024 7:43am

As a non resident you could do what many of us have done and ditch the traditional banks, open a Wise account, once open you will have a new IBAN number, give this to all your utilities/Suma etc to pay your direct debits.

https://wise.com/ 

There are no running costs to this account and you can also have a debit card for all the usual uses.

There are many posts on the forum about Wise, pop it into the search box at the top of the page.

Ken

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