Payment of settlements and debts by bank transfer
The payment of settlements and debts through the AEAT can be made by bank transfer, provided that an 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 and also accepts financial entities in foreign countries.
Note: Payment by bank transfer is not available for accounts of entities that collaborate with the Tax Agency, for which the payment by direct debit and card payment services are available.
Through AEAT the taxpayer establishes a payment commitment and obtains the necessary data to subsequently make the transfer from their financial institution within the established deadline.
After logging in, enter the first eight characters of the IBAN (or the identification code) of the account from which you wish to make the transfer.
Select the appropriate form, the voucher number of the letter of payment, the taxpayer's identification details and the amount.Then click "Accept data and Continue".
You will obtain the data with which the transfer must be ordered from the bank:IBAN, BIC/SWIFT, amount, concept/details and deadline for receipt.
Special attention should be paid to the warnings to ensure that the transfer is carried out correctly.
Payment shall be deemed to have been made on the date on which the transfer is received by the Tax Agency and provided that this date is within the indicated time frame.