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SUMA. How to pay taxes and fines?

What is SUMA & how to pay taxes and fines?

A question that will come in handy for many people looking to live in Spain… How to pay your taxes. This includes your car tax, house tax, rubbish tax and even for paying fines.

Here is a brief description of SUMA:

“Suma Gestión Tributaria is an autonomous organism, created by the Provincial Council of Alicante in 1990.

Our mission is to manage and collect the municipal taxes of the municipalities of the province of Alicante. It is a local public administration and develops the exercise of the competences in the application of taxes and the management of revenues by delegation of the municipalities and other administrations that so decide”.

 

Here is a list of what SUMA covers:

  • Real estate tax (IBI)
  • Tax on economic activities (IAE)
  • Vehicle tax (IVTM)
  • Tax on the increase in the value of land (IIVTNU)
  • Tax on buildings installations and works (Instalaciones)
  • Traffic sanctions, administrative sanctions
  • Taxes and other revenues of Public Law typical of the municipality (garbage collection rate, Sewerage, Fords, etc, )
  • Sanitation fee of the wastewater sanitation entity of the Valencian Community
  • Public revenue from water user communities

 

Payment methods

If you have a document:

Online payment with reference of a tax, fee or fine

Online payment of a traffic ticket with the report card

Online payment with secure verification code (CSV) or document locator

Payment by direct debit with the CSV of the document

 

If you do not have the document:

Get and pay receipt in voluntary (with fixed number)

 Payment from Headquarters / my folder (with digital ID)

 Payment by self-assessment

 

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Payment by phone, in collaborating entities and in Suma offices

Payment from Headquarters / my folder (with digital ID)

Split payment or by subscribing to a custom payment plan.

 

Direct payments to SUMA:

If you want Suma to send the receipts to your bank you must direct the payment. You can do it at any time, up to 15 days before the end of the voluntary payment period.

You will be notified of the charge date by mail, email, or SMS. The charge will be made in the last days of the end of the voluntary payment period.

You can register, modify, or cancel your direct debit, through any of the following:


Internet. Only for voluntary receipts.

You will need to provide the CSV code of your receipt.

Telephone. 965 292 000. You will need to provide the CSV code of your receipt.

The call must be made by the receipt and account holder.

In SUMA offices. Must have identification.

And provide an account holder authorization.

 

Here is a list of the closest SUMA offices to Pinoso:

Elda.Calle Hilarión Eslava, 19, 03600 Elda, Alicante

Alicante. Calle Poeta Vila y Blanco, 7, 03003 Alicante

Carrer Colombia, 11, 03010 Alacant, Alicante

Av. Ausiàs March, 13, 03206 Elx, Alicante

Carrer Almazara, 03203 Elx, Alicante

 

SUMA in smaller towns.

In most towns, someone comes from the main SUMA office to deal with the people who reside in smaller town. Every town has an office with a different day of the week, so be sure to check your town when the SUMA office comes.

For example, you can sort out SUMA issues in Pinoso on Tuesdays between 9.30 and 13.30pm, located at the old Casa Cultura (C. Monóvar, 28, 03650 Pinoso, Alicante)

(Please note that the dates and times may have changed).

So I hope this article has helped you understand how paying fines and taxes. For more information on SUMA, go to www.suma.es

Phone number: 965 292 000

(There is an option to talk to someone in English)

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