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As in most countries, in Spain the State likes to keep a part of your estate when you die. How much they will receive depends largely on how well you plan your affairs. The whole system of death taxation is very different from those in other countries, so it poses a real danger to non-residents...
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Personal income tax A non-resident for tax purposes in Spain must file an annual income tax return. The Spanish authorities are only concerned with the income you earn from activities in Spain, not your worldwide income. Typical examples are your income from renting out your flat or house (see also “Tax on the notional rental...
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Property tax This is the main local property tax affecting property owners in Spain. The amount of tax is calculated by reference to the ‘valor catastral’ (official property value) registered for all properties in Spain. The percentage of this cadastral value that is levied as tax varies from area to area. The official values were...
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Impuesto sobre Transmisiones Patrimoniales (I.T.P.) This is a tax payable when you purchase either agricultural land or a house/apartment/building plot from a private owner. It is generally 7% (it depends on regions) of the declared value of the property as expressed in the Escritura de Compraventa (Deed of Conveyance). This has led people to be...
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The purpose of this guide is to provide an introduction to the basic and most common Spanish taxes that a non-resident (read this article to find out when it is considered a non-resident person in Spain) may face. This guide is in no way a substitute for professional advice, as a thorough investigation of the...
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Homeowners must give their tenants four months’ notice, not 30 days’ notice, that the tenancy will not be renewed. If homeowners fail to do so, they run the risk of the tenant being able to renew the lease for up to three years. Homeowners must give the tenant four months’ notice, rather than the current...
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EU Regulation 650/2012 of 4 July 2012, which regulates inheritance by death, is applicable to most of the countries of the European Union. This is a major step forward for European citizens, making it possible to choose the law applicable to the succession of a person, and not applying the previous rigid criterion of the...
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Real Estate Tax and vacant housing Future changes
Negotiations continue on the future housing law, which does not yet have a clear and definitive design. The parties in charge of the government are assessing the issue of empty homes and the levy to promote their release to the market, but they are far from being in full agreement on the limitation of rents....
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Información y novedades sobre el impuesto de sucesiones y donaciones para ciudadanos no residentes
It is becoming increasingly common for donations and inheritances for which tax is payable in Spain to involve a person who is not resident in our country. In other words, when a parent resident in Spain dies, with a son or daughter living abroad, or when a foreigner resident in Spain is the heir of...
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When dealing with the purchase and sale of a property, it is important that all agreements are in writing. It should not be an improvised act given its importance, so it must have legal certainty in case of later problems. In Firmalex we are experts in advising on the purchase and sale of real estate,...
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