LAWYERS ADVISORS

NON RESIDENT´S TAX 2015

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All non-resident owners of property in Spain are required by law to submit a non-residents’ tax return each year. Tax relating to 2015 can be paid at any time during 2016.

What can we do for you?

We calculate your tax liability, obtain and complete the appropriate tax form and email or post the completed forms to you.

How is this tax calculate?

Your tax liability is calculated on the cadastral value of your property. You can find the cadastral value of your house in the IBI receipt that you pay each year.

When is the deadline?

You need to complete your return and pay it by 31st December. If you miss the deadline you can be fined and, if you ignore this altogether, the debt would be attach to your property and seizures to your bank account can be done by the tax office.

What happens if I do nothing?

If you do nothing, you are breaking the law. It is possible, of course, that you could get away with it for a time. However the Spanish authorities retain records of all properties in Spain and will investigate cases where no returns are filed for an individual property. You may be aware that several thousand warning letters have been issued to holiday home owners indicating the beginning of an enforcement initiative.

Our property is in joint names does that mean two forms?

Yes, two forms are required splitting the cadastral value between two. We charge our fees per property, not per person.

How do I pay my tax?

Simply by taking the forms into your bank or settings a direct debit from your bank account if you are up to date with your taxes.

I’m not going to Spain again this year, how can I pay?

We can present the forms for you, pay the tax and send you the receipts to you.

I have received rental income

If you receive rental income you need to pay income tax on your net income (i.e. income after expenses). This is paid at the end of the quarter period during the year in question. Income received between January – March should be declared on a tax return by 20 April, income received during April – June should be declared by 20 July and so on. We can also prepare these returns for you (and pay the tax if required).

I still have questions.

If you have other enquiries please contact us.


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