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Aldo
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Taxes

Post by Aldo »

Hi Everyone
Hope you are all keeping well
Has anyone in the UK received their tax bill yet?
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Hi Sue
No we've not received anything and wondered if it was due to the change in status following departure from EU. We have appointed people to handle tax affairs so thought they may well have received correspondence but we've yet to hear from them either.
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If you are talking about IMI then I just logged into my account and mine have not been issued yet.
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Last 2 years I have paid IMI in May & November.
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HI all

I have today received a letter from AT autoridade tributaria e aduaneira. Is this an IMI bill does anyone know? I have never received bills previously as I believe they have been handled through Rocha Brava/fiscal rep. Is this something I now have to sort myself due to Brexit? Sorry for my ignorance but any help greatly appreciated!
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jimmyp wrote: Fri Apr 23, 2021 4:55 pm HI all

I have today received a letter from AT autoridade tributaria e aduaneira. Is this an IMI bill does anyone know? I have never received bills previously as I believe they have been handled through Rocha Brava/fiscal rep. Is this something I now have to sort myself due to Brexit? Sorry for my ignorance but any help greatly appreciated!
Without you giving any clue as to what is in the letter it is difficult for anybody to answer your question.
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IMI bills are not in letter form. They are quite clearly a bill. You can use a dictionary or google translate to get the gist of the letter.
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sam wrote: Sat Apr 24, 2021 11:19 am IMI bills are not in letter form.
Correct, but I believe that notification of fines for non-payment are.
.... so a friend tells me !
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Thanks all

It does appear to be an IMI bill. I guess I will need to pick up with fiscal rep/RB why this has come direct to me now and not been sorted internally.

Cheers

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We received our IMI bills in the UK on Saturday morning.
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There seem to be different rules. Although I have a fiscal rep my IMI bills have always been sent direct to me. I .pdf a copy to RB accounts and ask them to pay. This has always worked ok.
A friend who also owns at RB has previously had his tax paid direct from RB, but this time has received his in the UK.
I'm assuming the AT, (or RB) database, and list of fiscal reps, may not be Brexit proof.
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Now received my IMI
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Got mine this morning as well.
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If you are UK resident then you must appoint a fiscal rep resident in Portugal.

You will not receive IMI or other tax department communications any more in the UK.
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biffa wrote: Sat Jun 12, 2021 6:20 pm You will not receive IMI or other tax department communications any more in the UK.
.....but if you have on-line access to your Financas account then you can get the details anywhere in the world, including any of the emails that they send out.

You can pay via on-line banking or direct debit.

I thought that the time limit on appointing a fiscal rep had been postponed another year so that they had time to sort out better on-line systems.
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