Samuel Eto’o, Parag Agrawal (Twitter) and Sergi Arola.

The Tax Agency has published for the first time the list of defaulters with debts exceeding 600,000 euros, after lowering the limit of pending payments and penalties that until now amounted to one million euros. “This implies that there is a higher number of debtors and the amount of the debt in this new list compared to that of previous years,” explains the Tax Agency. In addition, the list, which includes unpaid debts as of August 31, 2021, also includes for the first time not only the main debtors, but also the joint and several liable parties, who did not appear in other editions of this list of dubious reputation.

Among the new famous names that the Treasury incorporates to the list for having debts exceeding 600,000 euros are the social network Twitter Inc., with an amount pending payment of 800,795 euros. Other known taxpayers who were in other editions on this treasury blacklist also return to the list. This is the case of former soccer player Samuel Eto’o (981,598 euros); the chef Sergi Arola (985,924 euros); Diego Torres, former partner of Iñaki Urdangarin, with a debt of 956,000 euros, or the television personality Kiko Matamoros (711,000 euros). There is also the businessman of nightclubs and leisure rooms in Palma de Mallorca Bartolomé Cursach, with a debt of 950,211 euros. This Mallorcan nightlife magnate, known as Tolo Cursach, was implicated in one of the largest cases of political and police corruption on the island, which is still being tried in court.

In the new list of defaulters there are 7,277 taxpayers between individuals and legal entities (companies), which represents an increase of 88% compared to those published in June 2021. The total debt of these defaulters amounts to 18,200 million euros, which represents an increase of 29.4% compared to the more than 14,100 million of the list of defaulters released last June. Of the total debtors, 1,367 are individuals with a debt of 2,081 million and 5,910 legal persons or companies that owe the Treasury 16,150 million euros.

Among the well-known names that remain on the list for not having settled what they owed to the treasury or having outstanding debts of more than 600,000 euros are the writer César Vidal (2.6 million, despite the fact that he has reduced his debt by 559,000 euros) ; the former banker Mario Conde (he maintains 7.8 million after the Treasury has managed to collect about 542,000 euros); the actresses Paz Vega (3.03 million) and Patricia Conde (just over a million) or the Real Madrid coach Carlo Ancelotti, with a debt of 1.4 million.

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Among the public figures and companies that leave the list is the Glovo home delivery platform, which in the previous edition appeared with a debt of 1.4 million, which has paid at least up to an amount of less than 600,000 euros . Also leaving is the vice president of Sevilla FC, José María del Nido Carrasco, son of the previous president. The Estudiantes basketball club also disappears from this classification after paying close to four million euros.

The list of debtors is made up of a succession of business corpses from the brick crisis of 2008, it includes numerous construction companies, real estate companies and businessmen linked to the sector with financial problems or who fell into bankruptcy due to the excesses of that time and have not yet resolved your situation with the Treasury.

The company that has the most outstanding accounts with the treasury stands out Royal Urbis, with a debt of 340 million. It is followed by another real estate company, Nozar, which has 214 million pending. A separate case deserves the Polaris World group, the Murcian construction company owes more than 300 million to the treasury distributed among more than a dozen subsidiaries with a debt each of about 21 million, after being declared this summer in bankruptcy.

“Of the total amount, more than 7,200 million euros (40%) correspond to debts of debtors in bankruptcy process (about 2,176 taxpayers), which represent 30% of the total,” says the agency. Many of these companies have turned into zombie companies. “They are debts affected by a process in which the possibilities of effective collection are limited while the insolvency process lasts,” acknowledges the Tax Administration.

The one published this Monday will be the eighth black list released by the Tax Agency since in 2015, the Minister of Finance with the PP, Cristóbal Montoro, released the first list of debtors for dissuasive purposes. Experts don’t think it was of much use. The list includes both individuals or companies and individuals who have pending debts and penalties with the treasury for an amount greater than one million euros.

The Treasury explains through a note that it has cleaned up the list to avoid duplication with the debt that appears in the names of the companies and those jointly responsible for these companies. “Subtracting the duplications, the pending amount would be 15,200 million euros; therefore, there are 3,000 million euros of duplicate debts in the list ”, recognizes the treasury in an exercise of transparency.

The one published this Monday will be the eighth black list released by the Tax Agency since in 2015, the Minister of Finance with the PP, Cristóbal Montoro, released the first list of debtors for dissuasive purposes. Experts don’t think it was of much use. The list includes both individuals or companies and individuals who have pending debts and penalties with the treasury for an amount greater than one million euros.

Numerous regulars of the role have also paraded on this list layer. Among the popular characters, the writer Ildefonso Falcones (1,286 million), author of bestsellers such as The Cathedral of the Sea, stands out. And other classics such as the former president of Bankia and former vice president of the Government with the PP, Rodrigo Rato (1.39 million). The owners of Aifos, Jesús Ruiz Casado and his wife, Teresa Maldonado, who both owe more than 31 million. Or the septuagenarian businessman Agapito García, one of those who owes the most.

The Tax Agency also offers the data, homogenizing the criteria with the previous lists to be able to make a comparison on the evolution of the debt and the number of defaulters. According to this, the number of taxpayers with debts exceeding one million euros is 3,439 people, 11% less compared to the previous list. For its part, the debt accumulated by these same taxpayers falls to 12,800 million, a reduction of 9%.

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