Non-Resident Tax Spain

If you own a property in Spain, but are classed as a non-resident, then you will still have to pay taxes on that property. Each year you will have to submit a tax return, to ensure you can keep your status as the property owner. It is important to note this is the case if you’re renting out a property or not in the country.

If you stay in Spain for less than 183 days a year (6 months) then you are classed as a non-resident and will therefore be subject to this tax. There are different taxes that must be paid depending on whether you make an income from renting out your property or not. You may have to pay a combination of income tax or wealth tax as part of your non-resident tax in Spain or both, depending on your circumstances.

Spanish Taxes For Non-Residents

Spanish taxes for non-residents can quickly become a very complicated area – especially if you are not a native! Here at Manzanares Lawyers, we can give you clarity on exactly what needs to be paid and when. We are able to lend our expertise in the area to ensure that you know exactly where you stand regarding Spanish property tax for non-residents.

We can give you an overview of your tax situation, making sure that you are never in the difficult position of not being able to afford your tax payments, or missing them all together.

Spanish council tax is also applicable for non-residents, so it is worth knowing the tax rates of your local municipal. At Manzanares, we can make you feel more comfortable about your tax position with our friendly team of experts gladly being of assistance whenever you need us.

Please note we offer conveyancing services throughout the whole of Spain but fiscal (tax advice) is only offered in Andalucia.


  Spanish Property Tax For Non-Residents

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If you feel like you could benefit from the expert advice from Manzanares Lawyers on non-resident tax Spain, then be sure to get in touch with our team today. We are able to communicate in a plethora of languages including English, German, French and Portuguese, so please don’t feel like a language barrier will hinder your relationship with us!

With over 20 years of experience as a company, there isn’t a tax enquiry we haven’t dealt with – so to contact us with yours! Please give our Alhaurin or Marbella offices a call on +34 952 59 50 42 (Alhaurin) or +34 952 82 41 12 (Marbella). You can also fill out our online form or email us at clientservices@manzanareslawyers.com with any detailed enquiries you may have.

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