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12 Jun 2016 13:45 by Spanishsteve Star rating in Surrey, Eastbourne &.... 81 posts Send private message

I am contemplating a one way self drive hire van from UK to Spain with personal possessions and furniture. On a previous post someone mentioned getting taxed on their possessions and furniture, I did PM them to ask but have had no response.

so my query is, has anyone done the above and had any problems ? Did you have to pay any import duties, if so how much ?

all my furniture I have owned for a few years, nothing shiny and brand new.





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12 Jun 2016 14:22 by Team GB Star rating. 1245 posts Send private message

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No tax to pay on personal belongings and chattels .

Thanks to the EU!!!!! 



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12 Jun 2016 14:55 by Spanishsteve Star rating in Surrey, Eastbourne &.... 81 posts Send private message

Thanks TeamGB, do you have to supply proof as in receipts etc ?





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12 Jun 2016 16:15 by Team GB Star rating. 1245 posts Send private message

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All I can say is we didn't ! we bought over an insured value of £4500 worth of furniture - we used a professional company (Mathew James) and this was a specific question that I put to them.

If you are still concerned maybe you can  ring up ask one of these professional companies on the pretext of getting a quote



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12 Jun 2016 16:54 by newworld Star rating. 937 posts Send private message

I've kitted out 2 properties over the years, and sent over loads of stuff on vans, never paid any sort of taxes 





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17 Dec 2016 08:28 by BryanBrooks Star rating. 1 posts Send private message

Moving involves a lot of things to be taken care off. Though for longer moves, especially moves involving the entire family and all stuffs, a full-fledged mover might be the right choice.





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17 Dec 2016 13:40 by johnzx Star rating in Spain. 5247 posts Send private message

I understand moving anything between EU countries, UK to Spain for example,  there are no customs taxes. 

The EU is a customs free area. 

It is only when goods come from outside the EU one would have taxes to pay.  For example: say from Gibraltar to Spain, UK etc.

Or am I wrong ?





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