If you have a company with a turnover of less than 6 million euros and debts of up to 30,000 euros, you may be able to defer debts to the Treasury for six months,with the first three being free of late interest.
The reason is no other that the Treasury has approved a deferment of tax debts for SMEs and companies with the aim of combating the impact of coronavirus. So if you find yourser in this situation and want to know how to defer debts to the Treasury, pay attention and take note, because we’re going to tell you everything you need to know.
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Defer debts to the Treasury, everything you need to know
> Who can defer debts to the Treasury by coronavirus?
To defer debts to the Treasury in your company you must have a turnover of less than 6 million euros and a maximum indebtedness of 30,000 euros.
> What debts to the Treasury can you defer?
Withholdings, taxes to be passed on must and split payments of Finance,IRPF, VAT and Corporation Tax may be deferred and split.
> Term and interest on deferral of debts to the Treasury
Debts to the Treasury may be extended by a maximum of six months,of which the first three will be totally free of interest for late payment, while the next three will have a late interest of 3.75%.
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How to defer debts to the Treasury for the coronavirus?
Has your company suffered the consequences of coronavirus and met the conditions for deferring debts to the Treasury? If so, here are what steps you need to take to defer your tax debts.
In any case, the Tax Agency has published a manual – which you can consult here – to request the deferral of debts, in which they explain in detail the whole process.
> Where to apply?
The request will always be made telematically,through the official website of the Tax Agency. You have a total of three ways:
- Through the consultation of self-requests of the model to be presented.
- By means of the option of “Tosquare and split debts”,in the section“Outstanding procedures”.
- From the section “Deferrals and fractionations”, in the option “Collection”, in the section“All procedures“.
> Steps to take to defer your company’s Treasury debts
Regardless of the chosen route, you must“Submit application”in the section“Procedures”. To do this, you will need to identify Cl@ve a PIN, certificate or electronic ID. Once identified, you will need to process the deferral application discharge,filling in the personal and company data. If this is done, click on the “Yes”option to confirm that you are hosting the postponement set out in the Royal Decree-Law.
You will then need to complete the procedure with the following information requested:
- Amount of debt.
- Type of guarantees.
- Bank account to make direct debit.
- Number of deadlines.
- First-term date (you should be noted that the date will count from six months from the end of the regular period of submission of self- relaxation).
- Which is why you’re making the request.
At this point, you must sign and submit the application. If successful, you will receive a confirmation of the presentation.
You know, if you have a company with a turnover of less than 6 million euros, and with a maximum indebtedness of 30,000 euros, you may be able to defer debts to the Treasury by following the steps detailed in the post to make the application.