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Paying non-resident tax
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EDIT: Moved in from another thread. Sam.

(05-12-2018, 09:16 AM)MB30 Wrote: It’s obviously up to individuals to decide, but who and how would authorities know if you spend more than 90 days in Fuerte during a year?
Same for the so called property tax, never paid it in 13 years, never had any problems, banks, utilities and council know we are not resident, but no enforcement.


Our travel insurance covers unlimited trips up to 90 consecutive days, so if any major problem we are covered.
We have used the private medical system to see a doctor in Fuerte, €30 a visit, so not exorbitant.
Personally,as all our money is in the UK, will continue with this arrangement until things change, if at all, after Brexit or no Brexit.

Hi MB30, which tax do you mean by “so called property tax” ??
Just tell me when I can retire   Cool
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EDIT: Moved in from another thread. Sam.

The non resident property tax that you have to do all the work for, they don’t issue a demand.
And is deducted anyway when you sell a property, even if you have paid it.
You may be fined and pay back the previous 6 years tax, but after 13 years of non payment, and no enforcement, we have saved Money and hassle, come what may.
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It appears that 'Spanish Tax Form', often recommended, are not accepting new customers during December. I'd appreciate recommendations on a reliable and reasonably-priced agent in Caleta who can help with the paperwork to get non-resident tax paid before the end of year deadline, please. Many thanks!
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Lindsey Hall looks after my return. Ihelwell@elwellassociates.co.uk Spanish mobile 671324010
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EDIT: Moved in from another thread. Sam.

(05-12-2018, 11:43 AM)MB30 Wrote: The non resident property tax that you have to do all the work for, they don’t issue a demand.
And is deducted anyway when you sell a property, even if you have paid it.
You may be fined and pay back the previous 6 years tax, but after 13 years of non payment, and no enforcement, we have saved money and hassle, come what may.

Fair point I suppose !!
Just tell me when I can retire   Cool
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This year I have done it myself....and worked out previously I was paying the equivalent of 360€ per hour to have someone do it for me!
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As a matter of interest how much does Lindsay charge?
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I tend get mine paid early in the year, it was 100 pound for two of us this year
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Lindsey is very good if you want someone to do it for you
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It is very simple to complete your own NRT form.  As long as you know the casdastral value (not sure I've spelt that correctly) from the previous years IBI(U) bill (your local council tax), it is very easy to complete your own form. Couple of simple maths calculations needed and it's done!

Print out the form (or forms if there are joint owners) to take to your bank and cough up the cash!!

If you are looking for detailed information, pm me and I will try to find the notes I wrote up as a memory aid to remind me how it is done. 

Tom.
50/50 Birmingham/El Cotillo. Cool
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