For the last 5 years I have always paid my Non Resident Income Tax in cash, in person, and submitted a paper copy of my Modelo 210 at my local Spanish bank.
Last autumn, 2019, I acquired a digital certificate, with the intension of making the payments online from my UK bank account.
I have completed this year’s Modelo 210, but I’m confused as to how to make the payment.
I have looked at both your “post 2018 links” on page 1 of this thread
Non-resident imputed income tax - Form 210 (2018 and subsequent) https://andalucia.com/forums/viewtopic.php?f=42&t=27897
Link to form for 2018 and onwards
https://www2.agenciatributaria.gob.es/w ... /index.zul
Form 210 Non-Resident tax 2018 onwards (Payment with digital certificate)
https://www1.agenciatributaria.gob.es/w ... /index.zul
The difference in the two links being www1 and www2.
I assumed www1 would be the appropriate one for me, because of the digital certificate reference. However, there appears to be no option to pay from abroad and it looks like you can only use a Spanish Bank account or Spanish Credit Card
www2 still recognises my digital certificate when using that and offers the following payment options:
1. To Enter (for cash payments, how I have done it in the past)
2. Income by Transfer from abroad
Selecting the Income by Transfer from abroad opens up fields to enter your IBAN and SWIFT-BIC for either EU or other Countries.
However there seems to be no further instructions.
I have 2 questions:
1. Do I simply have to make a payment to the Spanish Tax Office using their IBAN ES8790000001200270002107, from my UK Euro account and they are able match off with my IBAN & Switch-BIC that I supply etc or am I missing something.
2. Does this also negate the need to submit a separate paper copy of the Modelo 210.
Thanks in advance for your help