Payment by transfer, especially from abroad
In the Official State Gazette of February 4, 2021, the Resolution of January 18, 2021 , of the General Directorate of the State Tax Administration Agency, was published, by which The procedure and conditions for the payment of debts through transfers through collaborating entities in the collection management entrusted to the State Tax Administration Agency are defined.
Effective as of March 15, 2021 , the aforementioned Resolution contains the applicable objective scope of the same, as well as the specifications of the entire procedure, of which the following stand out:
Payments are allowed for those who do not have an open account in any collaborating entity in state collection management.
Especially intended for use by those who pay their debts from abroad.
It can be done by both natural persons and legal entities.
The payment will have releasing effects on the date of receipt and entry of the transfer.
WARNING: All those transfers that are made without strictly complying with the procedure provided for in the indicated Resolution or that are ordered from accounts opened in credit institutions that are collaborators of the Tax Agency will be returned (with the expenses and commissions borne by the originator), with no , therefore, no legal effect of the payment.
You will be able to access payment using this modality at the Tax Agency's electronic headquarters, selecting Settlements/Debts - Payment by transfer or, through the self-assessment payment system with recognition of debt , after electronic presentation and incorporation into the payment concept of the Payment Identifier provided.