- October 27, 2007 at 8:45 am #53429
I was wondering if the form 214 can be downloaded from the internet and maybe even filed on line. Although to do the latter (if it possible) I assume some registration must have taken place first which no doubt will involve correspodence with the tax office.
I am trying to get my tax affairs in order I have owned a property for 4 years now but have not yet submitted a return. My wife is Spanish and I am wondering if I can do it all from the UK via the internet.
Any advice greatly appreciated.
- November 13, 2007 at 2:18 pm #76144
You can access and complete all forms on line. You then have to print and send them in.
Go to aeat.es and follow instructions. You will have quite a few surcharges to pay if you have not submitted for four years.
- November 14, 2007 at 10:38 pm #76190
Thanks, I got a Spanish friend to pick up copies of the form2 14 and I handed them in last week when I was in Spain.
I hope the surcharges are not too much. I have been told 20% of the tax due? if that is it then I guess I can bear it. I really hope it’s not 20% + fines!
- January 5, 2008 at 3:00 pm #76922
Next time you come to Spain, jp1, do not forget to bring your NIE. You ll be able to obtain a digital certificate to prove that “you” are “yourself” 🙂 online, so you can do all the tramits via the Internet without need of sending forms, etc.
You can download form 214 here:
You are welcome! lol!
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