What is Suma Gestion Tributaria?

What is Suma Gestion Tributaria?

Suma Gestión Tributaria is an autonomous body created by the Diputación Provincial de Alicante in 1990. Our mission is to manage municipal taxes on behalf of the City Councils in the province of Alicante.

What is Suma in Spain?

Suma Gestión Tributaria (Suma) is a 100% public provincial agency set up by the Provincial Council of Alicante (Spain) in 1990. It specializes in tax administration: assessment, billing, collection and enforcement. Suma collects the taxes on behalf of each city council with own resources.

How do I get a copy of my Suma bill?

By contacting our customer’s helpline at 965 292 000. You will be requested the details of the taxpayer and the tax bill. At any Suma office. In case you are not the taxpayer, you must provide a written uthorization or clearly identify the taxpayer and the tax bill.

How do I pay Suma in Spain?

To do so address your request to SUMA, Plaza San Cristobal, 1, 03002 Alicante, or by email to [email protected]….Other payment methods:

  1. Pay in installments.
  2. Setup a flexible payment plan.
  3. Self-assessment.
  4. Pay through the helpline, pay at Suma offices.

How much is IBI tax in Spain?

Property tax (IBI) is paid by the purchaser once a year, which can be divided into several installments. The annual tax rate is 0.4 percent to 1.1 percent of the property’s cadastral valuation. This tax will be domiciled in Spain on your current account.

Can I pay my IBI online?

Re: Accessing IBI bills online You can pay in any number of ways online with a Clave or a digital certificate, which you pick up from the Suma office, you only need your nie/nif and passport. You can also ring up from the UK or Spain and pay with your credit or debit card.

How do I pay Suma?

Payment methods

  1. Online. Payment by credit card or Bizum.
  2. By phone By phone. You must provide the CSV code printed on your bill.
  3. At any Suma office At any Suma office. Photo id document will have to be shown to prove identity.
  4. Other forms of payment Other forms of payment.
  5. Collaborating banks Collaborating banks.

What bills do you have to pay in Spain?

Paying Utility Bills in Spain

  • Local Property Tax.
  • Rubbish Collection Tax.
  • Community Fees.
  • Electricity fees.
  • Gas and Telephone.

Can I pay my Spanish car tax online?

It is possible to pay your Spanish road tax online, however, this will depend on the region you are in and whether your town hall has an online facility. The first place to check is your town hall’s website. Just Google for “fuengirola ayuntamiento”.

Can I pay my Suma online?

Pay at the online office (digital id required) Pay in installments or through our flexible payment plan.

What is IBI Urbana in Spain?

Impuesto sobre Bienes Inmuebles, or IBI, is a tax that every property owner in Spain has to pay. Either your local town hall or SUMA offices will collect the payment, which they use to finance local services. The local authority collects this tax annually and failure to pay can lead to fines and interest.

What is an IBI receipt in Spain?

El Impuesto de Bienes Inmuebles or IBI is a local town hall or municipal tax, levying on ownership and property rights of the holder of a property (regardless of whether urban or rural). Property qualification is given by Oficina de Catastro in Spain.