- February 13, 2017 at 5:51 pm #195209
Dear Mark Stucklin,
In your home-page, you refer to how the Spanish tax system taxes UK lump-sum payouts in Spain. I believe you indicate ´The total value – minus the premiums paid – then 60% of the result taxed at 19%. I have seen a similar explanation on internet, but with completely different figures. However, I have refered to the ´in English´ version of the Agencia Tributaria Website and cannot find any reference to lump-sum taxation – this could be because not all of the ´in English´ site is in English and I do not have Spanish. I have also spoken with a Spanish aquaintance, who is certain that lump-sums are taxable in full.
Would you kindly confirm that your information is correct/up-to-date and where/how it is referred to by the Agencia Tributaria? Of course, if there is anyone else with information regarding the subject, I would be grateful for your comments also.
Kind regards, Victor Derek Bridger
- February 14, 2017 at 9:16 am #195228
I don’t write about cross-border tax issues because I don’t have the qualifications to do so. You may have seen something written by one of the specialists I collaborate with, but I can’t find any reference to the text you refer to. Can you find a link to the article and post it here?
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