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SEPA procedure, tax administration

SEPA means Single Euro Payments Area and stands for the uniform payment area within the European Union and Iceland, Monaco, Norway, Liechtenstein and Switzerland. Since the mandatory changeover to SEPA, the bank details of the tax...

SEPA means Single Euro Payments Area and stands for the uniform payment area within the European Union and Iceland, Monaco, Norway, Liechtenstein and Switzerland.

Since the mandatory changeover to SEPA, the bank details of the tax office in Hamburg have been:

  • BIC: MARK DEF 1200
  • IBAN: DE03 2000 0000 0020 0015 30
  • Account holder: Tax office Hamburg
  • The uniform creditor ID for the tax administration is DE43ZZZ00000037898

The SEPA mandate must be used to issue a direct debit authorization. This applies both to those who want to participate in the direct debit procedure for the first time, as well as to changes (name, bank details) to existing direct debit authorizations.
If the new bank uses an account change aid, it is not necessary to issue a new mandate.

When carrying out the SEPA direct debit procedure, the credit institutions need up to 5 business days when using the mandate for the first time until the direct debit is displayed in the customer's account statements. There are no late payment penalties due to the delay. The banks require 2 business days for follow-up direct debits. Here, too, there are no late payment penalties.

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Address and contact information

Address

501
Gänsemarkt 36 20354 Hamburg

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Phone

115

Facility info

Mensch in einem Rollstuhl Accessible

Public transport

U2/Busse X3/4/5/19 Gänsemarkt

Important notes

Documents required

"SEPA mandate" form (see links)

Please note

  • SEPA mandates must always be submitted in paper form (no e-mail, no fax)
  • When moving across federal states, a new SEPA mandate must always be issued for the new responsible tax office
  • According to legal requirements, SEPA mandates automatically expire if they are not used for 36 months.

Procedure & Fees

Fees

No

Legal notes

Legal basis

Regulation (EU) No. 924/2009 of September 16, 2009 and Regulation (EU) No. 260/2012 of March 14, 2012

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