Fiscal Inconsistency and the repercussions. The concept of Fiscal Inconsistency began to gain importance when, in May, the Spanish Tax […]
Update on the Modelo 179 – information Report on Holiday Lettings The Spanish Tax Authorities have published their answer to […]
Maternity benefits received from Social Security have been declared exempt from Personal Income Tax On the 3rd of October the […]
Urgent Reform for Self Employment (Law 6/2017 24th October) The following modifications have been put in place as from 1st […]
If you are living and/or working in Spain, you will be liable to pay Spanish taxes on your worldwide income and assets and will need to file a Spanish tax return.
Spain is divided into 12 autonomous regions, and taxes are split between state and regional governments, with each autonomous region deciding on its own tax rates and liabilities. The tax year runs from 1 January to 31 December.