Real Madrid coach Carlo Ancelotti and writer Ildefonso Falcones – with debts of around 1.4 and 1.3 million euros, respectively – have entered the list of defaulters published this Monday by the Spanish Tax Agency.

In the list, in which taxpayers with outstanding debts with the Treasury as of December 31, 2020, greater than one million euros appear, the former Vice President of the Government Rodrigo Rato (1.3 million) and the soccer player Dani Alves (2 millions). Instead, footballer Neymar and former driver Sito Pons have already left the list.

3,869 debtors of more than one million euros

The seventh list of defaulters of the Tax Agency includes a total of 3,869 debtors of more than one million euros with the Treasury as of December 31, 2020, which is 1.6% less compared to the sixth list, while the amount global debt collected in the new list reaches 14,100 million euros, 1% less than in the previous one, falling by about 100 million, according to sources from the Tax Agency.

Compared to the first list of December 2015, the total number of debtors that appear in this new list is 20% lower. Thus, a total of 2,608 debtors that appeared in the first list no longer appear in the seventh, so that more than 54% of the debtors of the first list are no longer in the situation that would motivate their appearance in the list of large debtors .

The Tax Agency has published on its website the seventh list of largest debtors with the Tax Administration. The list fully identifies taxpayers, whether they are natural or legal persons, with their name, surname, NIF, reason or full company name.

It includes the joint amount of the debts and penalties of the taxpayer exceeding one million euros, which meet the following conditions: that they have not been paid after the entry period in the voluntary period, that they are pending payment as of December 31, 2020 and that they are not postponed or suspended for any legally foreseen reason.

Most, companies and tender processes

Of the total of 3,869 debtors that appear in the last list, 312 are natural persons for an amount of 673 million euros (in the previous list there were 304 for an amount of 688 million euros) and 3,557 are legal persons for an amount of 13,426 million (compared to to 3,626 of the previous year and 13,557 million).

Of the total amount, more than 7,270 million euros, 51% of the total, corresponds to debtors in bankruptcy proceedings (more than 1,696 debtors, 44% of the total) and, therefore, it is debt affected by a process in which the possibilities of effective collection of debts are limited while the bankruptcy process itself lasts.

In the previous list, the proportion of debtors in bankruptcy proceedings was lower, with just over 6,800 million euros (48%) and more than 1,480 debtors, 38% of the total.

Likewise, of the total debtors on the list, in relation to 1,209 main debtors, derivatives of subsidiary or joint liability have been made to third parties other than the main debtor for an amount of more than 2,560 million, equivalent to 18% of the total amount of debt included in the list, which represents 39% more debtors compared to the first list.

424 debtors leave and 363 enter

According to the data provided by the Tax Agency, a total of 424 debtors no longer appear on this list after having appeared in the previous year, due to having canceled or postponed debts amounting to 1,095 million euros. The removal from the list may be due both to the total or partial cancellation of the debts that are the subject of publication (placing them below one million euros), as well as the obtaining of a postponement or suspension of the debt before the date of taking of data (December 31, 2020).

On the contrary, a total of 363 debtors who did not appear in the sixth list of last year enter the new list published this Monday, with an outstanding debt of 975 million euros.

Of those that still remain on the list, there is a total of 865 debtors who have paid 127 million euros so far this year in relation to debts included in this seventh list and as a consequence, 55 debtors would not have to leave in This seventh list to be taken as a reference for the extraction of the list of the status of debts as of June 20, 2021.

In turn, more than 2,500 debtors that appeared in the first list have paid maturities of debts included in that first list for an amount of 1,042 million euros from the date of extraction of the data from that first list in 2015 until June 20 of 2021.

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