New answers tagged

1 vote

How do European countries notice if I'm spending more than 6 months in a country as not resident (for taxes purposes)?

As pointed out already, it depends on several things.  But since you mentioned Spain, landlords there are also expected to pay taxes.  If they comply, that may expose you.  And if they don’t, they are ...
WGroleau's user avatar
  • 1,117
3 votes
Accepted

How do European countries notice if I'm spending more than 6 months in a country as not resident (for taxes purposes)?

Edited in response to the comments: There are different laws this idea might break, and different ways how this might come to light. Or not -- making it easier to break the law is a consequence of ...
o.m.'s user avatar
  • 1,321
0 votes

Taking some personal items to son resident in ireland

Thanks I will do an estimate of value based on second hand selling prices in case we are stopped. The official line from Customs is as follows Travelling from outside the EU Duty-free allowances ...
SMaloney's user avatar
1 vote

Taking some personal items to son resident in ireland

If the monetary value is small, my advice is to 1) make a rough estimate of the value of the items (look for similar things on eBay) 2) take them with you. If you go through the "green channel&...
DJClayworth's user avatar
  • 1,846

Top 50 recent answers are included