A Spanish resident since 2006, Renta still graduates every year. Only income is received – British DWP pension and British government pension. Seen DTT of 2013, made many requests in 2015 to find the date of the declaration of the public pension. It was not possible to determine whether this is a tax on income declared from 12.6.14 or 1.1.15. I explained every year from 2015. We have just discovered that they have been accused of tax fraud, taxed, sanctioned by fines and added interest, for 2014. The amount deducted from the bank is 2190 euros. It looks like I was taxed twice. AEAT does not accept P60s or a letter from my local government retirement director. HMRC particularly of little use. AEAT (Huercal Overa Bureau) said that I have to re-claim from my pension provider, – impossible to a public pension that is taxable only in Britain. No one seems to know from what date to declare, nor what is the difference between withholding tax and tax on (my type) of income. I can`t even find anyone who is facing this problem, and my accountant at Villalba d`Albox seems to be struggling to move this call forward.
Even the preamble of the DTT by HMRC is not clear on the difference between the 2 types of taxable income. 1 assets.publishing.service.gov.uk/government/uploads/system/uploads/attachment_data/file/507409/spain-dtc_-_in_force.pdf Did anyone get a result? I now have a problem with small Gov pensions, on which they want to collect taxes and which need the DDT article itself to send them back to it. I know if this has an impact on the overall tax position, as it can exhaust the lower tax margin and thus lead to an increase in the taxation of total income from other sources The double taxation treaty entered into force on 12 June 2014. Which brings me to the answer to the last question. By paying what you owe in non-resident taxes to the Spanish tax system, you are entitled to relief equal to the same (or very similar) amount from HMRC. This application of the double taxation treaty ensures that you will only be taxed once on your income, albeit by a retroactive deduction of your tax contributions paid in Spain. I have my number. I have my residence permit, I have properties in Spain for the last 4 years and now I am in the UK to work 2 or 3 weeks, then 4 weeks back in Spain, then UK 2 or 3 weeks then Spain, etc. Will I continue like this after Brexit? has made an annual tax deal in Spain. As I only received my green card last November, I am so worried that I can no longer make money after Brexit in the UK Hello Chris, thank you for your message! I`m afraid my knowledge of hmrc taxation isn`t as 🙁 I`m sorry I can`t help you do this, but this seems to be something you should welcome with a qualified professional who has a full knowledge of the UK tax system (especially given the frequency of changes).
Unless there are other blog readers who can give you advice?? With friendly greetings, Simon`s 24-page double taxation treaty document defines which of the taxes in both countries can benefit from a discharge.. . . .