Payment of Vehicle Registration Tax
If the result of the tax return is a deposit, the amount resulting from the tax return must be paid.The payment receipt is the Complete Reference Number code (CRN), which is generated by the Collaborating Entity that managed the payment.
If you have a certificate or electronic DNI , you can make the payment from the option "Payment of registration tax" in the Form 576 procedures.However, if you access via Sede Electrónica, "Pagar, aplazar y consultar", in addition to the certificate/DNI you will also be able to identify yourself with Cl@ve PIN.
Choose your payment method by clicking on "Payment by direct debit" or "Payment by credit/debit card".
You must use an account belonging to a Collaborating Entity adhered to the system to make the payment.You can consult the link "See member institutions and service timetables".
Fill in the details on the form and check that they are correct, as they must coincide with those indicated on the form 576.To make the payment and obtain the NRC, the electronic certificate must be that of the account holder, except in the case of being authorised to order debits to an account held by the obligor.Once you have filled in the data, click on "Accept data and Continue".
A summary will be displayed with the indicated data.Check that they are correct and, if so, click on the "Continue" button.
A window will then be displayed with the details of the information to be sent.Tick the “Accept” box and click “Send” to confirm the payment.
If everything is correct, the assigned NRC will be displayed on the screen.It is a 22-character code provided by Collaborating Entities as proof of payment for online tax return filings.On this page you will have 2 options:
'Print Payment Receipt':allows you to view and print the direct debit receipt with a summary of the payment details.
'File Tax Return':This option links you to the Headquarters procedure for which you have obtained the NRC to finalise the submission.
Remember that if you do not have an electronic certificate, DNIe or Cl@ve PIN, it is also possible to make the payment by going to a bank branch and providing all the details relating to the self-assessment.It is not necessary to provide any model, only the data used to generate the NRC and which are the same as those requested to make the payment through the website of the AEAT (model, year, period, NIF declarant, surname and exact amount of the payment).
If the bank has an electronic banking service, it is also possible to apply for the NRC through its website.
If the payment is being made on behalf of another person, it should be taken into account that, in order to obtain the NRC through the payment gateway of the AEAT, the certificate holder and the account holder must coincide as payers of the payment, but the NIF provided to the Collaborating Entity to obtain the NRC will always be that of the declarant or taxpayer.
For payment by direct debit, since the entry into force of the Resolution of 3 June 2009, it is possible to make the payment through the website of the AEAT into an account held by the obligor and that the debit order is made by a person other than the obligor.
If you are making the payment on behalf of a third party using the bank account of the holder of the declaration (obligor), you must be authorised by the obligor as payer of the payment to carry out this operation.
This authorisation can be registered online, provided that the appointing person (which must be the taxpayer) has an electronic certificate and is a private individual.The specific authorisation to carry out this type of procedure is AEAT - Payment by direct debit, which is included in the "Other specific procedures" section of the "Catalogue of procedures authorised for authorisation".
To make the payment on behalf of a third party, you must tick the box "Payment by proxy on the obligor's account" on the form.
If you need to cancel a generated NRC , you can use the option "Cancellation of NRC's (models 576,696)".