Go Back  British Expats > Living & Moving Abroad > Europe > Spain
Reload this Page >

Spanish Tax return - when?

Spanish Tax return - when?

Old May 23rd 2008, 5:15 am
  #1  
Retired and loving it!
Thread Starter
 
snikpoh's Avatar
 
Joined: Sep 2007
Location: Ontinyent - Valencia region (campo)
Posts: 5,168
snikpoh has a reputation beyond reputesnikpoh has a reputation beyond reputesnikpoh has a reputation beyond reputesnikpoh has a reputation beyond reputesnikpoh has a reputation beyond reputesnikpoh has a reputation beyond reputesnikpoh has a reputation beyond reputesnikpoh has a reputation beyond reputesnikpoh has a reputation beyond reputesnikpoh has a reputation beyond reputesnikpoh has a reputation beyond repute
Default Spanish Tax return - when?

Can anyone shed some light on this - I've done loads of searches but not found a definitive answer.

When does one have to complete a tax return in Spain? I thought the tax year ran Jan - Dec. If so, then the return must be done at the end of the year surely ??

A friend of mine has just been to his tax advisor and been told that it MUST be done by July ???

Thanks
snikpoh is offline  
Old May 23rd 2008, 5:25 am
  #2  
BE Enthusiast
 
Mrs eddie's Avatar
 
Joined: Mar 2006
Location: Oliva
Posts: 452
Mrs eddie is a glorious beacon of lightMrs eddie is a glorious beacon of lightMrs eddie is a glorious beacon of lightMrs eddie is a glorious beacon of lightMrs eddie is a glorious beacon of lightMrs eddie is a glorious beacon of lightMrs eddie is a glorious beacon of lightMrs eddie is a glorious beacon of lightMrs eddie is a glorious beacon of lightMrs eddie is a glorious beacon of lightMrs eddie is a glorious beacon of light
Default Re: Spanish Tax return - when?

Originally Posted by snikpoh
Can anyone shed some light on this - I've done loads of searches but not found a definitive answer.

When does one have to complete a tax return in Spain? I thought the tax year ran Jan - Dec. If so, then the return must be done at the end of the year surely ??

A friend of mine has just been to his tax advisor and been told that it MUST be done by July ???

Thanks
Hiya,

A friend of mine has been here 4 years and said to me make sure your tax return is in by end of June......new to me...missed last years GUTTED!!!!!

Go to a lawyer & ask him, I've been told that you need to get something, a renta I think, from your Bank and get your lawyer to file it & you should know what you're entitled 2 by July....I think thats what they told me but lots of peeps on here will be able to advise you.

Good luck xxx
Mrs eddie is offline  
Old May 23rd 2008, 5:30 am
  #3  
Senior Moment
 
Mitzyboy's Avatar
 
Joined: Jan 2006
Location: On the edge
Posts: 20,460
Mitzyboy has a reputation beyond reputeMitzyboy has a reputation beyond reputeMitzyboy has a reputation beyond reputeMitzyboy has a reputation beyond reputeMitzyboy has a reputation beyond reputeMitzyboy has a reputation beyond reputeMitzyboy has a reputation beyond reputeMitzyboy has a reputation beyond reputeMitzyboy has a reputation beyond reputeMitzyboy has a reputation beyond reputeMitzyboy has a reputation beyond repute
Default Re: Spanish Tax return - when?

Yes my Gestoria emailed me yesterday and said it has to be in by the end of June
Mitzyboy is offline  
Old May 23rd 2008, 5:47 am
  #4  
Structural Surveyor
 
Hillybilly's Avatar
 
Joined: Mar 2006
Location: Sevilla/Cordoba border
Posts: 1,048
Hillybilly has a reputation beyond reputeHillybilly has a reputation beyond reputeHillybilly has a reputation beyond reputeHillybilly has a reputation beyond reputeHillybilly has a reputation beyond reputeHillybilly has a reputation beyond reputeHillybilly has a reputation beyond reputeHillybilly has a reputation beyond reputeHillybilly has a reputation beyond reputeHillybilly has a reputation beyond reputeHillybilly has a reputation beyond repute
Default Re: Spanish Tax return - when?

Depends if you're resident or non-resident.
For residents NOW (1 May to 30 June) is the time to be submitting your tax returns for the tax year just gone (2007).
Non-residents can submit their returns at any time during the calendar year following the tax year.
Hillybilly is offline  
Old May 26th 2008, 2:11 am
  #5  
Forum Regular
 
ShinyAndy's Avatar
 
Joined: Apr 2008
Location: Manilva
Posts: 281
ShinyAndy is just really niceShinyAndy is just really niceShinyAndy is just really niceShinyAndy is just really niceShinyAndy is just really niceShinyAndy is just really niceShinyAndy is just really niceShinyAndy is just really niceShinyAndy is just really niceShinyAndy is just really niceShinyAndy is just really nice
Default Re: Spanish Tax return - when?

Originally Posted by Hillybilly
Depends if you're resident or non-resident.
For residents NOW (1 May to 30 June) is the time to be submitting your tax returns for the tax year just gone (2007).
Non-residents can submit their returns at any time during the calendar year following the tax year.
Indeed, mine's just gone in and I got a rebate!

*faints*
ShinyAndy is offline  
Old May 26th 2008, 2:17 am
  #6  
Structural Surveyor
 
Hillybilly's Avatar
 
Joined: Mar 2006
Location: Sevilla/Cordoba border
Posts: 1,048
Hillybilly has a reputation beyond reputeHillybilly has a reputation beyond reputeHillybilly has a reputation beyond reputeHillybilly has a reputation beyond reputeHillybilly has a reputation beyond reputeHillybilly has a reputation beyond reputeHillybilly has a reputation beyond reputeHillybilly has a reputation beyond reputeHillybilly has a reputation beyond reputeHillybilly has a reputation beyond reputeHillybilly has a reputation beyond repute
Default Re: Spanish Tax return - when?

Did mine today too! In case anyone doesn't know, you can make your appointment with Hacienda online at http://www.aeat.es
Hillybilly is offline  
Old May 26th 2008, 3:47 am
  #7  
 
Fred James's Avatar
 
Joined: Jun 2006
Location: Granada Costa
Posts: 10,920
Fred James has a reputation beyond reputeFred James has a reputation beyond reputeFred James has a reputation beyond reputeFred James has a reputation beyond reputeFred James has a reputation beyond reputeFred James has a reputation beyond reputeFred James has a reputation beyond reputeFred James has a reputation beyond reputeFred James has a reputation beyond reputeFred James has a reputation beyond reputeFred James has a reputation beyond repute
Default Re: Spanish Tax return - when?

You can also do it yourself using the same program that the tax office and gestors use.

Just fill in the details and print out the forms to take to the bank. You can even pay by Visa!
Fred James is offline  
Old May 26th 2008, 5:31 am
  #8  
BE Forum Addict
 
Joined: Jun 2005
Posts: 1,275
big wheels has a reputation beyond reputebig wheels has a reputation beyond reputebig wheels has a reputation beyond reputebig wheels has a reputation beyond reputebig wheels has a reputation beyond reputebig wheels has a reputation beyond reputebig wheels has a reputation beyond reputebig wheels has a reputation beyond reputebig wheels has a reputation beyond reputebig wheels has a reputation beyond reputebig wheels has a reputation beyond repute
Default Re: Spanish Tax return - when?

Originally Posted by Fred James
You can also do it yourself using the same program that the tax office and gestors use.

Just fill in the details and print out the forms to take to the bank. You can even pay by Visa!
Fred.
We are none resident, none working / earning and used a gestor to submit our first tax return last year for income / weath tax.
I have copies of the form 214 and some of the bar code sticky labels provided by the hacienda last year.
Would it be in order for us to fill in the forms for this year using the same figures as used last year, and just take them to the bank??
Our circumstances have not changed re the cadastral value of the house etc.
Thanks in advance.
big wheels is offline  
Old May 26th 2008, 7:42 am
  #9  
 
Fred James's Avatar
 
Joined: Jun 2006
Location: Granada Costa
Posts: 10,920
Fred James has a reputation beyond reputeFred James has a reputation beyond reputeFred James has a reputation beyond reputeFred James has a reputation beyond reputeFred James has a reputation beyond reputeFred James has a reputation beyond reputeFred James has a reputation beyond reputeFred James has a reputation beyond reputeFred James has a reputation beyond reputeFred James has a reputation beyond reputeFred James has a reputation beyond repute
Default Re: Spanish Tax return - when?

If nothing has changed then, yes, do it yourself on form 214.

There was a time when non residents had to have a fiscal representative but that is no longer the case if you just have the one property.

It's bad enough having to pay these taxes, without having to pay a gestor almost as much just to fill in a form.
Fred James is offline  
Old May 26th 2008, 9:16 am
  #10  
Just hanging around
 
Bevm's Avatar
 
Joined: May 2008
Location: Back in England
Posts: 1,447
Bevm has a reputation beyond reputeBevm has a reputation beyond reputeBevm has a reputation beyond reputeBevm has a reputation beyond reputeBevm has a reputation beyond reputeBevm has a reputation beyond reputeBevm has a reputation beyond reputeBevm has a reputation beyond reputeBevm has a reputation beyond reputeBevm has a reputation beyond reputeBevm has a reputation beyond repute
Default Re: Spanish Tax return - when?

Totally clueless here, but why would a non-resident have to file a tax return at all? How much time do you have to be there to have to do this?

Thanks,

Bev
Bevm is offline  
Old May 26th 2008, 9:41 am
  #11  
 
Fred James's Avatar
 
Joined: Jun 2006
Location: Granada Costa
Posts: 10,920
Fred James has a reputation beyond reputeFred James has a reputation beyond reputeFred James has a reputation beyond reputeFred James has a reputation beyond reputeFred James has a reputation beyond reputeFred James has a reputation beyond reputeFred James has a reputation beyond reputeFred James has a reputation beyond reputeFred James has a reputation beyond reputeFred James has a reputation beyond reputeFred James has a reputation beyond repute
Default Re: Spanish Tax return - when?

If you are non resident but own a property in Spain you have to pay wealth tax and an income tax based on the notional rental value of your property.
Fred James is offline  
Old May 26th 2008, 11:36 am
  #12  
BE Forum Addict
 
Joined: Jun 2005
Posts: 1,275
big wheels has a reputation beyond reputebig wheels has a reputation beyond reputebig wheels has a reputation beyond reputebig wheels has a reputation beyond reputebig wheels has a reputation beyond reputebig wheels has a reputation beyond reputebig wheels has a reputation beyond reputebig wheels has a reputation beyond reputebig wheels has a reputation beyond reputebig wheels has a reputation beyond reputebig wheels has a reputation beyond repute
Default Re: Spanish Tax return - when?

Thanks for confirming that Fred
The Gestor only charged us €30 for filling in the forms last year. But it's still better in my pocket than his
big wheels is offline  

Posting Rules
You may not post new threads
You may not post replies
You may not post attachments
You may not edit your posts

BB code is On
Smilies are On
[IMG] code is On
HTML code is Off
Trackbacks are Off
Pingbacks are Off
Refbacks are Off


Contact Us - Manage Preferences - Archive - Advertising - Cookie Policy - Privacy Statement - Terms of Service - Your Privacy Choices -

Copyright © 2024 MH Sub I, LLC dba Internet Brands. All rights reserved. Use of this site indicates your consent to the Terms of Use.