SUMA will allow the payment of the receipt of the IBI in up to 12 months without interest to vulnerable families.
The measure has been taken in the face of the situation arising from the coronavirus crisis.
The Provincial Council of Alicante will allow the payment of the IBI bill in up to 12 months without interest to families in vulnerable situations in order that they can deal with municipal taxes in better conditions.
- When is the 2020 IBI usually paid?
The term of payment of the IBI for the year 2020 ends on 6 October 2020. But in the face of the situation of the COVID19 crisis, the deadline for paying the IBI tax has been extended by one month, so citizens will have until November 6 to pay it.
- Can I pay the IBI in installments?
Typically, payment of the split IBI can be made in installments ranging from three to six months with interest. Now, in an extraordinary change, because of the coronavirus crisis, IBI payment can be made in twelve months without interest.
This decision is intended to lighten the tax burden on citizens at a time when the coronavirus crisis has significantly reduced incomes in many households. Anyone who wants to benefit from this measure, which does not involve a surcharge or any interest, will have a period of up to one year to deal with the IBI bill more comfortably.
The IBI is collected in the province of Alicante during the second voluntary period established by Suma and was initially planned until October 6. This date is now extended by one month.
The option of splitting the payment of taxes that has been offered on an ordinary basis for years allows payment in installments ranging from three to six months with interest. Now, in an extraordinary change, this tax is offered in twelve months and, for the first time, no interest will be applied to this split.
In addition, Suma has also extended the term of payment of the IBI by one month,so citizens will have until November 6 to pay it in those municipalities, including Torrevieja, which have delegated the management of their taxes to the body of the Provincial Council of Alicante . “The objective is to alleviate, as far as possible, the economic situation of families and to facilitate, today more than ever, the fulfillment of tax obligations.
Learn more at www.suma.es