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non residents tax for 2019

Posted: Sat Sep 5, 2020 12:20am
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AVJ Liggat

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Hi

My lawyer has just sent me the bill for my non residents tax for 2019. His fee appears to be the same but the tax bill is almost double what it was last year. Does this sound right? It doesn't usually go up by this amount every year.

Thank you

jimtaylor

Posted: Sat Sep 5, 2020 4:48am

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Posted: Sat Sep 5, 2020 4:48am

Two possibilities, which need you to check your IBI bills for 2018 and 2019.

The catastral value may have increased from one year to the next.

The 2018 tax may have been calculated at 1.1% if it was within 10 years of the last catastral revaluation.

If for 2019 it became more than ten years then 2% would have been used.

https://www.costablancaforum.com/area/almorad%C3%AD-spain-11/taxes-suma-nie-tax-advice-in-almorad%C3%AD-25/jims-guide-non-resident-tax-part-1-theory-no-rental-income-75479/


AVJ Liggat

Posted: Sat Sep 5, 2020 5:10am

AVJ Liggat

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Posted: Sat Sep 5, 2020 5:10am

jimtaylor wrote on Sat Sep 5, 2020 4:48am:

Two possibilities, which need you to check your IBI bills for 2018 and 2019.

The catastral value may have increased from one year to the next.

The 2018 tax may have been calculated at 1.1% if it was within 10 years of the last catastral revaluation.

If for 2019 it became more than ten years then 2% would have been used.

https://www.costablancaforum.com/area/almorad%C3%AD-spain-11/taxes-suma-nie-tax-advice-in-almorad%C3%AD-25/jims-guide-non-resident-tax-part-1-theory-no-rental-income-75479/


Thank you for your prompt and helpful reply.  i will follow up as you suggest 

Angela 

shayden

Posted: Sat Sep 5, 2020 9:01am

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Posted: Sat Sep 5, 2020 9:01am

I had a similar query. The Suma bill says the property has not been revalued since 1994 in which case I should have been paying the higher rate last year and the year before. 

I bought the property in 2017 and the Suma bill went out correctly in 2018 by direct debit but last year they tried to bill the account of the previous owners for some reason. My financial advisor sorted it and Suma issued a new bill which was paid manually. I am now convinced that the revaluation date on my 2019 bill is wrong as a result of the original error but I need to wait until I’m in Spain to sort it. 

I’d be interested to know if you get any answers. 

Shaun

AVJ Liggat

Posted: Thu Sep 10, 2020 1:55am

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Posted: Thu Sep 10, 2020 1:55am

shayden wrote on Sat Sep 5, 2020 9:01am:

I had a similar query. The Suma bill says the property has not been revalued since 1994 in which case I should have been paying the higher rate last year and the year before. 

I bought the property in 2017 and the Suma bill went out correctly in 2018 by direct debit but last year they tried to bill the account of the previous owners for some reason. My financial advisor sorted it and Suma issued a new bill which was paid manually. I am now convinced that the revaluatio...

...n date on my 2019 bill is wrong as a result of the original error but I need to wait until I’m in Spain to sort it. 

I’d be interested to know if you get any answers. 

Shaun

Dear All

Here is what my lawyer has replied:

The non resident tax have increased as by a new law, if the catastro value ( SUMA  Bill) hasn´t increased in the last 10 years, then instead to apply the 1,1% to the catastro value, has to apply the 2% and later on the figure that it comes is to apply the 19% , so this is why increased a lots the non resident tax, almost double, greedy tax office.

And because of the Brexit, next year can be worse as by now, the european Citizens, pay the 19% of the figure that coes form the catastro value, but the non european citizens, pay the 24% , na for next year we don´t know still, will be to contact the tax office, if for british , because of the Brexit will be to pay the 24% instead of the 1% , as the tax office is looking for money under the stones, for next year, we will have to see hich % they will apply, but about the 10 years without revision, they ask to apply the 2% instead of the 1,1%, 

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