Got a non resident bank account? If you do, you MUST ensure your bank has a digital copy of your ID before the 15th of December, or your account will be suspended, meaning your bills will bounce and no transactions will take place. Depending on the bank, utility bills and standing direct debits will probably continue to be honoured, but you won’t be able to transfer cash out of the account. The warning comes as Continue reading Non residents MUST update their ID before 15th of December→
In case you’re wondering why, despite being able to tap into the private phone conversation of any world leader, the GCHQ lot didn’t spot the 2 billion euro bill being planned for the UK… It’s because they were too busy kicking off the Gloucestershire Poppy Appeal. Cute. I hope they left at least one person manning the phones whilst doing this!
Mojacar residents suffer the highest tax burden in the province, according to the latest tax data released by the Ministerio de Hacienda. The data reveals that the average Mojacar resident in 2013 had to pay the townhall €1.240,40 a year in direct taxes (impuestos directos). The next highest village, Turillas, levies just €844 per head a year. Almeria city residents pay just €451.55, for example. The breakdown shows why: Mojacar had (for 2013) an income Continue reading Mojacar residents suffer highest tax burden in province→
The company behind the popular Almeria airport – Mojacar shuttle bus has announced it’s launching a new Alicante – Mojacar area shuttle this Monday 27th October. “Exclusive Airport Shuttles” explains: This is a daily service for flights arriving between 09.30am and 11.45am, or flights departing 10:30 am onwards. The bus departs Alicante airport at 12.30pm or before if all passengers have arrived. Ask driver for departure time on the day of arrival. When you arrive Continue reading Alicante airport – Mojacar shuttle bus starts→
The producers of “Game of Thrones”, currently filming across Andalucia, told La Vanguardia newspaper they were “disgusted” with the attitude of the Spanish authorities and that they had no intention of returning to film again in Spain. Peter Welton of Fresco Films, the production company, told the newspaper that the Andalucian authorities were “arrogant”, that they seem to think that they have exclusive use of the sun and that’s enough… when in reality today we Continue reading Game of Thrones producers say they’re never coming back to Spain!→