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Author Topic: MOD 720 Conversion Factor

Offline NAH

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Re: MOD 720 Conversion Factor
« Reply #20 on: Wed 26 Jan 2022, 11:59 »
@TOTO 99 I'm fully aware of how much you end up doing free of charge when you're a director.

We also have around an acre of woodland as well as numerous other individual trees around the site. Quite a few of the trees have TPOs on them as well, so I'm fully aware how much a tree surgeon costs.

I am one of four directors, two currently live on site but one of those has his apartment on the market so once sold will no longer fulfil the criteria to be a director, which will leave only one living on site. Don't get me wrong, I'm not ageist, but he's 79 this year and not in very good health.
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Re: MOD 720 Conversion Factor
« Reply #21 on: Sat 29 Jan 2022, 22:56 »
In its recent judgment of 27 January 2022, Case C-788/19, The Court of Justice of the European Union (CJEU) rules on the infringement action brought by the European Commission on 23 October 2019.

The CJEU has overturned the Tax Agency’s Form 720, which obliges taxpayers to declare assets abroad, on the grounds that it is contrary to EU law, that the conditions and penalties set out in the regulation are “disproportionate”, and that Spain has failed to comply with its obligations under the free movement of capital as they may discourage the acquisition of goods abroad.

Taxpayers will be able to recover the amount of the penalties for this tax model now rejected by the European Court of Justice. The Treasury will have to return the penalties even if they are firm and uncontested, by means of the State’s patrimonial responsibility.

Spain must now comply as quickly as possible with the CJEU ruling, which is binding. If it fails to do so, the European Commission can go back to court and ask for financial penalties to be imposed.

The Ministry of Finance has commented that it will reform the system to bring it into line with European standards before the end of March.

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Offline Delderek

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Re: MOD 720 Conversion Factor
« Reply #22 on: Sun 30 Jan 2022, 09:06 »
March, didn't say which year ;). But just think of all that lovely information they have gathered so far. I bet that is tucked away in some hidden file. :03:


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Re: MOD 720 Conversion Factor
« Reply #23 on: Sun 27 Mar 2022, 20:54 »
For those that need to submit a MOD720 this year, remember that you've only got three days left to complete the submission. Must be done by the end of March.

@Nova I hope you've done yours already, as I remember you have to do one this year.
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