Accountants - Pilar de la Horadada


Non Resident Taxes

As a non-resident owner of a Spanish property you are obliged to present a tax declaration to the Spanish tax authority on a annual basis, for this we have dedicated staff to assist with carrying out mentioned matter on your behalf, leaving you with the freedom to enjoy your property.

In previous years the Non Resident tax was divided into two parts Wealth (Impuesto sobre el Patrimonio) and Income (Impuesto sobre la Renta) but in January 1st 2009 the “Impuesto sobre el Patrimonio” was abolished and the “Impuesto sobre la Renta” still remains. In previous years it was presented on the 214 form this has now changed to the form 210 and the last date for payment is 31st December.

Note that the tax year in Spain runs from 1st of January to 31st of December.

On the selling of a property the owner must show these tax forms when submitting the corresponding sales tax documents so it is important that all property owners comply with the law.

Spain operates a system of self assessment for the collection of taxes and both residents and non-residents with property in Spain are under an obligation to file tax returns. Please note that the Spanish tax authority does not contact you - it is your obligation to contact them in order to comply with your obligations as a property owner.

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Great business sorted out all my problems and saved me a lot of money last year on my rental property.

Commented Patti in Quesada 2011-05-15 09:08:29 UTC