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24 Apr 2009 00:00 by sharon2 Star rating. 2 posts Send private message

Please note that although the Spanish Goverment has abolished the Wealth Tax you still are oblighed

to pay "Income Tax" if you are Non Resident and your own a property in Spain. This is regardless if you

receive income from your property or not.

 

Please also note that if you have your IBI (Rates) this could save you money on this return.

 

Sharon





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24 Apr 2009 15:12 by mariadecastro Star rating in Algeciras (Cadiz). 8577 posts Send private message

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That´s it. The taxamount  is 2% of the catastral value of the property or 1,1% if the catastral value has been revised or modified since 1994.

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24 Apr 2009 17:44 by Ruthless Star rating in CROYDON. 151 posts Send private message

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Hi I am on the condado de alhama golf resort, I recently have paid £00 euros as a non resident, I hope this is once yearly.  If it is like our banding for council tax then that percentage would be working out to a £1,000 per year.  So is this amount correct please.



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25 Apr 2009 10:58 by sharon2 Star rating. 2 posts Send private message

The IBI (rates) is calculated by the relevant town halls and it based on the

size of your property and where your property is situated

It is best to check with the relevant town hall.

You will be able to see from the last IBI (rates) bill what castral value

they have based your rates on.

Regards

Sharon,

 

 





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27 Apr 2009 08:28 by mariadecastro Star rating in Algeciras (Cadiz). 8577 posts Send private message

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About claims against IBI:

 http://www.eyeonspain.com/blogs/costaluz/1451/legal-tip-69-claims-against-ibi-tax-amount.aspx

Legal tip 69. Claims against IBI tax amount 
Thursday, April 16, 2009 @ 1:41 PM 


If your IBI receipt (Local property tax) over-rises after a Cadastre review, there are two possible avenues of legal action:

 A) Before or against the body of cadastral revision.
 
I. Submitting a Request for review to the Cadastre management organ which corresponds territorially.
 

The document you will receive with the revision of the Cadastre value needs to mention the address of the office for the claim and the possibility of the claim itself. 
 
II. Directly to the pertinent Court with judicial power on economic acts of the Administration. 
  
In both cases (I and II), the earlier deadline for filing an appeal is 30 working days (it includes working Saturdays and excludes Sundays and public holidays) from receipt of notification of cadastral revision. You need to receive that document by registered mail.
 
You are obliged to pay the IBI receipt you are challenging even if you are claiming against it. 


B) Before the Local Council
 
The Local Council applies an index to the cadastral value; this determined the IBI tax amount. It is also possible to submit a claim against that index.
 

 



 

 


 



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27 Apr 2009 19:54 by the doc Star rating. 30 posts Send private message

IBI TAX;   

This is a most blatant abuse of power by the town hall of Estepona. If you are registered on the Padron you get a significant discount.  Last year when the IBI taxes were increased by 1) increase in catastral value & 2) increase in co-efficient from 0.8 to 1.1%. Again the fine politicians of Estepona applied a 64% increase to NON RESIDENT PROPERTY OWNERS and only 2.1% to people registered on the Padron.  The protests in March 08 forced the Town Hall  to reduce the increases to people registered on the Padron .

Glynns Kinnock MEP tabled a question  ( 30 january 2009) at the EU in relation to this discrimination. After an inquiry it is now stated in the reply to Ms. Kinnock  (18 February 2009)

The commission explained that it had analysed the main features of the IBI tax as defined in the Royal legislative Decree 2/2004 of 5 March 2004 as well as the powers granted to local entities.The commission confirmed that the preliminary analysis has revealed that Local Entities are NOT ALLOWED  to differentiate between residents and non-residents (as opposed to national & non-nationals)for the purpose of the IBI tax and concluded that, in its view, it would not appear that the relevant Spanish legislation was in breach of community law.

As from above the Estepona town Hall and other town halls are breaking the law by discriminating.

It is only a matter of time before there is equality with this tax.

EU forced spain to change capital gains tax.

It might be  my imagination but I get the impression that people who receive this discount don't want to talk about it in case they lose it.

Is this subsidy system common throughout Spain?

 





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28 Apr 2009 08:17 by mariadecastro Star rating in Algeciras (Cadiz). 8577 posts Send private message

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 I had never heard of it, but will keep an ear on!



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28 Apr 2009 08:35 by the doc Star rating. 30 posts Send private message

never heard of what?   the IBI subsidy?





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28 Apr 2009 12:49 by mariadecastro Star rating in Algeciras (Cadiz). 8577 posts Send private message

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 Yes, the IBI subsidy.



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26 May 2009 15:36 by kinsale1 Star rating. 8 posts Send private message

Hi,

Can anybody tell me if it is possible to submit your own non-resident tax returns on form 210 if you own two properties in Spain? I think I read somewhere else that you have to use a fiscal representative in that case.

Our situation is that we own two apartments in the names of my husand and I plus my parents but neither apartment is rented. We have all four names on both because we needed to do it that way for mortgage purposes.

Hope this doesn't mean we can't submit our own taxes though!

Many thanks if anybody can advise.

 

 

 

 

 

 





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28 May 2009 08:29 by Fairway Lawyers Star rating. 48 posts Send private message

Hi,

the wealth tax legislation made it necessary to appoint a legal representative for tax purposes in Spain, but now that it has been abolished the necessity to appoint legal representative for tax purposes remains just for some cases.

If you all are all British residents in principle there is no need to appoint a legal representative for tax purposes; however, if one of you signs the tax declaration on behalf of the others, or claims for a refund on behalf on the others (not likely, isn't it) then a legal representantiva and a PoA - which can be done at the tax office - are required. I also assume that none of you carry out any economic activity.

As to the 210 forms, it will be necessary to fill one in for each person and for each property. If there are 4 owners and 2 properties, then Owner A has to make one 210 for his part in property 1 and another 210 for his part in property 2, and so on.

Good luck.

 

 





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28 May 2009 16:40 by kinsale1 Star rating. 8 posts Send private message

Hi,

Thanks very much...that's really helpful.





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29 May 2009 01:19 by Fairway Lawyers Star rating. 48 posts Send private message

03 Jun 2009 18:03 by tropical Star rating. 5 posts Send private message

Hi

This is the first time we have had to pay this tax and as our solicitor wants to charge approx €250 and the tax is only €30 could you please advice me where i can obtain the form from please?

Thanks

 





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03 Jun 2009 20:34 by leswill Star rating. 120 posts Send private message

You can get the form from your local Agencia Tributaria, or online at www.aeat.es of try our service at just 35 euros for completion of your form and obtaining tax stickers for you (50 euros total for two forms on a jointly owned property). www.spain214.com



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05 Jun 2009 06:09 by FibbyUK Star rating in UK, Surrey & Playa F.... 2351 posts Send private message

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05 Jun 2009 17:36 by FibbyUK Star rating in UK, Surrey & Playa F.... 2351 posts Send private message

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09 Jun 2009 09:28 by plexx Star rating in Hertfordshire & Elvi.... 131 posts Send private message

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My IBI payable is 0.6% of catastral value. I am registered on the Padron. Do I assume I am getting a discount?





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16 Jun 2009 16:40 by lifeline Star rating in Murcia. 358 posts Send private message

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 Our solicitor has billed us for non resident income tax for 2008 to the amount of 305 euros +admin. charge of 135 euros. Can anyone advise if this is what others pay for a 3 bedroomed villa obviously based on the escritura value or is it excessive. Is there a table of standard charges to which we could refer?

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