Payment of self-assessments by bank transfer
Payment of certain self-assessments can be made by bank transfer, provided that an account IBAN corresponding to a non-collaborating entity is used.
The transfer is a non-face-to-face payment option for those taxpayers who do not have an account of their own in any of the collaborating entities of the AEAT, which also accepts financial entities in foreign countries.
Note: Payment by bank transfer is not available for accounts of entities collaborating with the AEAT, for which the services of payment by direct debit and card payment are available.
The taxpayer establishes a payment commitment and obtains the necessary data to subsequently make the transfer from his financial institution within the established deadline.
For those self-assessments that have this option, select the type of transfer payment and enter the first eight characters of IBAN (or the identification code) of the account from which you wish to make the transfer.
After filing the tax return using this method of payment, the data with which the transfer must be ordered is obtained from the bank itself:IBAN, BIC/SWIFT, amount, concept/details and deadline for receipt.
We recommend that you read the notices carefully to ensure that the transfer is carried out correctly.
Payment will be considered to have been made on the date on which the transfer is received by the AEAT and provided that this date is within the indicated receipt limit.