council tax

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  • #55816


    i have bought a property in spain,could somebody please explain how i pay the council tax as i dont live there and at this moment in time unable to travel to spain to do this, i have been told i can get in big trouble if i dont pay,i have had the property for 2 years ,and can i pay the back tax,any advice would be welcome

  • #100391


    You should get a letter telling you the IBI amount in the post, this is normally in August for payment in September in our area (Costa Blanca) but it varies as to were you are in Spain, your lawyer should set up a direct debit for you when you buy the house but this does not always happen

    The owner of the property on the 1st of January will be the name on the bill for that year, it will go to your name the following year

    If you go to your local town hall they can help, if you are in the Costa Blanca then you need to see the SUMA as they handle all the taxes there, you can phone them in english on Monday, Tuesday and Wednesday in the morning and they are very helpfull

    If you have missed a payment there is a fine added but its not the end of the world

  • #100393


    Yes, its not end of the world. If you throw money at matters than its never the end of the world.

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