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Apologies - I'm sure this must have come up before but I can't find anything in the FAQ section. In the U.K. interest paid on ISAs is tax free, of course, but what happens when we are residents in Spain? Do we have to pay tax on our ISA's to the Spanish government?
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Apologies - I'm sure this must have come up before but I can't find anything in the FAQ section. In the U.K. interest paid on ISAs is tax free, of course, but what happens when we are residents in Spain? Do we have to pay tax on our ISA's to the Spanish government?
Many thanks,
Peter
Isa's are the same as premium bonds, tax is payable on any gain you make.

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