Taxpayers may be given tax advice on notifications from the Treasury and Finance Department
On July 21st, the Official Gazette of Guipúzcoa published Provincial Order 312/2020 on the electronic notifications of the Department of Finance and Treasury.
It must be taken into account that certain taxpayers must carry out the procedures and communications of a tax nature by electronic means. Likewise, they are also obliged to receive, by electronic means, the administrative communications and notifications made to them by the Tax Administration.
In view of this, taxpayers have the right to indicate a maximum of 30 calendar days per year in which the notifications from the Department of Finance and the Treasury cannot be made available to them. With this new regulation, the use of all "courtesy days" authorized for the fiscal years corresponding to 2020 will be allowed.
In order to carry out the request, taxpayers must take the following steps:
- The courtesy days must be requested annually, at least seven calendar days before the first day on which they are to take effect.
- Once indicated, they may be modified by means of an express request that will leave the period initially chosen without effect, with the same limits regarding the maximum number of annual days per taxpayer and minimum advance notice indicated above.
- The days must be indicated at the electronic headquarters of the Provincial Council of Gipuzkoa.
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