Tax in Spain for Non-Residents

28 November 2020 | Tags: , ,

In our latest Q&A webinar session we cover tax in Spain for non-residents. If we didn’t answer your specific question please contact us at My Lawyer in Spain

The topics we covered were:-

  • When do I have to submit the tax return for IRNR (Impuesto sobre la Renta de No Residentes)?
  • How is the annual tax calculated?
  • How does the situation change if I rent out my property?
  • What information do I need to supply for you to prepare my tax returns?
  • Can I deduct the community fees or other costs related to my property?
  • Do I need to be registered for Spanish tax in order to submit returns?
  • In the case of joint ownership, do we need to submit more than one return?
  • I have just realised I did not submit my tax return for last year, what can I do? What are the repercussions?
  • I am selling my Spanish property and I have heard that if I have not paid the IRNR (Impuesto sobre la Renta de No Residentes) the tax office can claim it when I declare the CGT (Capital Gains Tax), is that correct?
  • If I have inherited a property do I have to pay the NRIT (Non-Resident Income Tax)?

Alex Radford

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