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SUMA non-resident taxes and WISE

Re: SUMA non-resident taxes and WISE

Postby suzi wong » Fri Jul 16, 2021 9:31 am

Kenbo wrote:To the OP

I am non res and also a Wise account holder, I can confirm that you can pay a direct debit to Suma from your Wise account.

I visited the Suma office in Playa Flamenca to set this up but if you are currently in the UK try this, it has a chat facility.

https://www.suma.es/tramites-telefono



You can pay suma by d/debit for council tax,bins etc. But I don’t think you can pay non res.tax by d/d. As far as I can see it has to be paid through a bank.If that’s wrong someone will let us know.
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Re: SUMA non-resident taxes and WISE

Postby Kenbo » Fri Jul 16, 2021 12:56 pm

suzi wong wrote:
Kenbo wrote:To the OP

I am non res and also a Wise account holder, I can confirm that you can pay a direct debit to Suma from your Wise account.

I visited the Suma office in Playa Flamenca to set this up but if you are currently in the UK try this, it has a chat facility.

https://www.suma.es/tramites-telefono



You can pay suma by d/debit for council tax,bins etc. But I don’t think you can pay non res.tax by d/d. As far as I can see it has to be paid through a bank.If that’s wrong someone will let us know.


No Suzi you can't, I have used the same person to do this for me for almost 20 years, she charges me €35 and pays it for me through her own bank.
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Re: SUMA non-resident taxes and WISE

Postby Paul Uden » Fri Jul 16, 2021 1:30 pm

suzi wong wrote:
Kenbo wrote:To the OP

I am non res and also a Wise account holder, I can confirm that you can pay a direct debit to Suma from your Wise account.

I visited the Suma office in Playa Flamenca to set this up but if you are currently in the UK try this, it has a chat facility.

https://www.suma.es/tramites-telefono



You can pay suma by d/debit for council tax,bins etc. But I don’t think you can pay non res.tax by d/d. As far as I can see it has to be paid through a bank.If that’s wrong someone will let us know.


Taxes to the Govt (income, capital gains etc) have to be paid through a Spanish bank whether you are resident or non-resident as far as I know. I thought the OP was asking about payments to Suma as a non-resident.
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Re: SUMA non-resident taxes and WISE

Postby Dag » Fri Jul 16, 2021 6:17 pm

I pay non resident tax from a german bank account,using the online form is very easy and explained in spanish as well as in english
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Re: SUMA non-resident taxes and WISE

Postby MargaretNKen » Fri Jul 16, 2021 7:14 pm

suzi wong wrote:
MargaretNKen wrote:
gales wrote:Thank you all for your responses. I am interested in the spanish taxes online option as this looks like it might suit me instead of going through my solicitor. So I am going to look into this further.
this is something I am interested in, where do you get the forms from and are they in English. Please


Just type Spanish tax forms into a web browser & all the info. comes up & yes in English.
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Re: SUMA non-resident taxes and WISE

Postby Paul Uden » Sat Jul 17, 2021 9:43 am

Dag wrote:I pay non resident tax from a german bank account,using the online form is very easy and explained in spanish as well as in english


Interesting. We've been told our resident tax has to be paid from a Spanish account, but I don't see why it should be different for non-residents. If they can accept non-Spanish euro accounts for one presumably they could accept it for both. I will make further enquiries.
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