Non Resident Tax Spain Form 210?

Non Resident Tax Spain Form 210
The Form 210 is a multi-faceted form for use by non-residents to pay tax in Spain on various income streams including rental income, capital gains on property sales and imputed income.

How do non-residents pay tax in Spain?

Spanish taxes for non-residents – The general flat income tax rate for non-residents is 24%, or 19% if you are a citizen of a country in the European Union or the European Economic Area. Other income is subject to Spanish non-resident taxes at the following rates:

  • Capital gains resulting from transferred assets are taxed at a rate of 19%.
  • Investment interest and dividends are taxed at 19%, although are typically lower through double taxation agreements. Interest tax is exempt for EU citizens.
  • Royalties are taxed at 24%.
  • Pensions are taxed at progressive rates, from 8% to 40%.

To apply to pay income tax as a non-resident of Spain, first obtain Modelo 149. Next, use the Modelo 150 form to make your income tax declaration. If you are a non-resident property owner, you should make your tax declaration on Modelo 210.

What is a Modelo 210?

Form 210 Instructions for filling in your self-assessment form Non-resident Income Tax Non-residents without permanent establish. Page 1.

Can I pay Modelo 210 online?

Pay Online – You must use Digital ID to complete and submit the form.

How do I submit a Modelo 210?

How do I declare and pay my non-resident income tax? – To make your declaration, you need to fill up and present the form 210 ( Modelo 210 ). You can do it by yourself if you know exactly how to declare and calculate the tax. You must present the form in person or can do it online if you have a digital certificate.

  • You can also ask a representative, such as your lawyer, that will make it for you but often at a high cost;
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How do I pay my Modelo 210?

Non-resident tax in Spain – These are the taxes you need to pay in Spain as a non-resident:

  • Council tax : It is a local tax and goes by the name of IBI (Impuesto Sobre Bienes Inmuebles). It is payable directly to the town hall or via a tax collection office, for example SUMA, in some regions.
  • Rental income tax: If you choose to rent out your property for some or all of the year then you will need to pay rental tax as a non resident property tax in Spain. This is collected quarterly on the 20th April, 20th July, 20th October and 20th January.
  • Imputed income tax : Additional government tax that is   payable by non- residents if they do not rent out their property.

If you would like additional information regarding non-resident property tax in Spain, you can visit this article.

How do I find the cadastral value of a property in Spain?

The Law in Spain: Explaining the Catastral Value To find out the catastral value of a property, simply check the amount listed on the IBI invoice or visit the catastral office, which should be located in your local town hall.

Is there a tax free allowance in Spain?

Tax free allowance if you’ve children – If you’re a parent in Spain and have children below 25 years of age living with you , you can receive tax free allowance for each child.

Number of Children Tax-free allowance
1 €2,400
2 €2,700
3 €4,000
4 €4,500

” If your child is younger than 3 years old and both parents are working, you can get an additional allowance of €2,800 per child.