Taxes for non-residents
Every non-resident owning a property in Spain is under the obligation to submit an annual tax declaration
The declaration for each year, must be filed before December 31st of the following year. The form is called 210. If you own a property and you use it just for you, you will need to do one annual declaration per person and per property. If you also rent your property you will also need to submit a quarterly declaration for the time that the property has been rented out and you will have to declare the income you have obtained for the rental and you will have to pay a tax on it.
Depending on your country of origin you will be able to deduct some associated costs to the property. If you weren ́t aware of the obligation to submit this tax declaration and you should have filed it in the previous years, it is possible to submit a late declaration, but you will be asked to pay a small fine. The later you submit it the bigger the fine will be, so the sooner the better.
There are also local taxes to be paid on every property:
IBI (Property Tax)
This is paid once a year. The time of the year this tax needs to be paid depends on the town where the property is located.
This is paid once or twice a year as there are councils that split the payment in 2 and the time of the year this tax needs to be paid depends on the town where the property is located.
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