I am an spanish attorney
I am going to answer your question
I think your are probably an scam victim
Tell my about the tax your think are you paying and I will tell you if its an scam or not
The tax dducted was the standard 20% which applies to all taxable personnel ie persons sbject to tax
Who is suppose to pay ? The comunity ?
A POOR RESPONSE--THE BANK HAS DEDUCTED THE TAX, SO THE COMMUNITY IS BEARING THE COST.
I mean that the most customer asking for information about tax office in Spain are scamers
In your case may be not
Its regular that the bank take this money
In order to get your money back you need to make the tax declaration next year
And then the spanish tax office will give your money back
Here you got how the tax office in spain weorks
BY WHAT METHOD. TAX OFFICE REFERENCE APPLICATION /DOCUMENT--THERE MUST BE SOME SPECIFIC REFERENCE NUMBER.
The bank take this money from your account and give it to spanish tax office in your name
No number provided
In your taax declaration spanish tax office knows your data and give th
give that money back if it is the legal case
Thay it is how it works
Now the bank take the money from your account because they are forced to do it
Next year you could make the tax declaration in spain and get your money back
NOT MUCH HELP--ANYONE KNOWS THE GENERAL PRINCIPLES.
But That it is how the sistem works
The bank is forced to do it how they have done
Please to let me know if I could help you
i KNOW WHERE THE SCAM IS. YOU HAVE FAILED TO
GIVE AN ANSWER BASED ON KNOWLEDGE. IT WOULD HAVE BEEN MORE HONEST TO JUST REFER TO THE TAX OFFICE
If the bank has take your money its not an scam
They are forced to do it by Law
If they are not the bank who take your money let me know
When the bank pay to the comunity for the money they have in the bank, the bank its forced by law to take out 20 per cent of the profit to pay to spanish tax office in your name
The scamers do noy take money from your account, as ussual
I am sorry you considerer that my answer it not good enought
I will be here if neeeded.
YOU HAVE CONFIRMED WHAT I WAS SURE WAS CORRECT,BUT WITH AN INEXPERIENCED COMMITTEE, AND FOR SOME REASON
AN ADMINISTRATOR RELUCTANT TO ACT, I WANTED TO CONFRONT THEM WITH DEFINITIVE ADVICE RE THE APPROACH TO THE TAX OFFICE EG A SPECIFIC FORM OR REFERNCE NUMBER WHICH MUST BE USED.I ASSUME THEY APPLY TO THE OFFICE IN THEIR
YOU ALSO DID NOT CLARIFY IF THERE WAS FACILITY FOR THE COMMUNITY TO BE REGISTERED FOR PAYMENT WITHOUT TAX DEDUCTION. WE ARE ABLE TO DO THIS IN THE UK--YOU COMPLETE A REGISTRATION FORM WHICH BANK SENDS TO TAX OFFICE WHO CHECK THAT THIS IS IN ORDER.
The law (Orden EHA/3290/2008, de 6 de noviembre) allow to no resident persons to file the
forms 216 y 296 in order to declare they are no residents so the bank will no take the 20 per cent of the profits
Here you got all the information
TWO OUTSTANDING POINTS FOR REPLY
1. IS IT POSSIBLE FOR A NON TAXABLE BODY SUCH AS THE
COMMUNITY TO REGISTER FOR GROSS PAYMENTS--IE NO
TAX DEDUCTION: OR IS IT THE CASE BANK WILL ALWAYS
DEDUCT TAX, LEAVING THE FORMER TO APPLY FOR A REFUND?
2. ARE REFUND APPLICATIONS MADE TO A LOCAL TAX OFFICE, OR TO A SPECIALIST OFFICE FOR SUCH MATTERS.
3. YOU AGREE EVERY BANK MUST ISSUE A CERTIFICATE FOR THE TAX YEAR SHOWING GROSS INTEREST/TAX DEDUCTED/NET
Three questions, and with three answers we can conclude.
I think that the bank never its going to allow you not to charged your account with the taxes because the law forces them to do it
So, the answer for you its to ask them each year the accounts they have token from you account and make the tax declaration in order to get your money back
The taxes always are to be declarated to the AEAT spoanish tax oficce
You have not answered point 3.
What does AEAT stand for?
For sure, the bank always have to send and actually they send the certificate with the sums declared and retained
YOU HAVE STILL NOT SAID WHAT "AEAT "STANDS FOR.YOU USED IT TO DESCRIBE--"AEAT SPANISH TAX OFFICE "
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