Spain Explained

Spanish Taxes Calendar

The tax year in Spain coincides with the calendar year, beginning on January 1st and ending on December 31st.

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The main dates you need to be aware of are:

WhoWhenWhat
ResidentsJune 30th 2015Resident annual tax declarations (for the year 2014)
Non-residentsDecember 31th 2015Non-resident annual tax declarations (for the year 2014)
Companies (non-resident)January 31th 2015Income tax (for the year 2014)
LandlordsApril 20th 2015
July 20th 2015
October 20th 2015
January 20th 2015
Tax on rental income (payable in four instalments for the previous three months)

You will also have IBI (local rates or council tax) to pay annually. The exact date that this is due depends upon the region in which your property is located.

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