I have spent a few hours reading posts on this forum but couldn't find any answer to my questions.
I am in desperate need of advice and I think close to losing my mind over this. It's been now 18 months of headaches and heartaches and the last company who was supposed to fill our return for us simply stopped returning my calls and emails after I asked them why based on their calculations our tax for la renta de non residentes had been halved compared to all the previous years (although the valor cadastral carried on going up).
We have been very unlucky with our dealings with Notarias etc so far, and were it not for the internet, I dread to think which silly advice we would have followed.
My Mother passed away and my Sister and myself inherited the nuda propriedad on a flat in Spain (my Dad has the usufructo). We are all non resident.
I have had extremely confilcting advice on the matter and I do not know what to do anymore as the last financial advisor we hired is letting us down and I now need to complete our 2010 Modelo 210 myself (and I do not speak Spanish).
I know the numbers etc but I am unsure about the split.
Should it be one declaration for my Mother pro rata of the days she was still with us in 2010 (I am sorry if I am not very clear, it is actually quite upsetting to put this in words) and one declaration for my Dad for the rest?
Or the same for my Mum but two for my Dad (his "normal" 50% and the extra part he gets from my Mum's share)?
Or should my Sister and I make a declaration also? And if so, how should we split it?
Also, my Dad is thinking about renting the property this coming December to recoup some costs, does anyone know if some expenses are deductible and when the declaration for this specific income will have to be done? (as part of the regular Modelo 210 declaration for 2011 at the end of 2012 or separately before that?)
I am so sorry I have been so long, I hope I haven't broken some forum rules and if I have, please accept my apologies.
I genuinely cannot cope anymore and I would be very grateful for any advice.