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Old Jul 13th 2017, 11:08 pm
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Primary care is free of charge regardless of your status. Hence tourists can be patched up at A&E after an accident without incurring a large bill but any time spent in a hospital bed will need to covered by an EHIC card, travel insurance or out of their own pocket.
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Old Jul 30th 2017, 12:37 pm
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Is anyone, not tired of helping out newbies like us, willing to recommend a currency specialist? Apologies for going over ground trodden by many before, but I can't find up to date posts on this site that cover this or the Tax issue.

On that subject; is there anybody living in the Valencia Region who is willing to divulge how much they pay on taxes for their private pension? Obviously specifics is too high an ask, but for budgeting purposes, anything would help. Also taking into account the Spanish personal allowance, presuming they have one.

Please don't laugh too hard concerning our naivety. We all have a start somewhere and we are trying not to be one of those gullible couples who blindly blunder into retirement. Even links would help.
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Old Jul 30th 2017, 1:10 pm
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Is anyone, not tired of helping out newbies like us, willing to recommend a currency specialist? Apologies for going over ground trodden by many before, but I can't find up to date posts on this site that cover this or the Tax issue.

On that subject; is there anybody living in the Valencia Region who is willing to divulge how much they pay on taxes for their private pension? Obviously specifics is too high an ask, but for budgeting purposes, anything would help. Also taking into account the Spanish personal allowance, presuming they have one.

Please don't laugh too hard concerning our naivety. We all have a start somewhere and we are trying not to be one of those gullible couples who blindly blunder into retirement. Even links would help.
The attached table shows the different rates. Income tax declaration required when income exceeds Euro 22,000,- .

For currency transfers on a regular basis Transferwise is excellent.
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Old Jul 30th 2017, 1:46 pm
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Thanks for this. Is that 22000€ before tax is started to be app? Is it per person, per household or per couple?
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Thanks for this. Is that 22000€ before tax is started to be app? Is it per person, per household or per couple?
The 22000€ minimum is for working people with one source of income

On a personal level, if you are receiving a foreign pension , e.g. Ex-UK when no tax has been deducted at source I think the limit is 12000€
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