In general terms, if you spend less than 183 days in the Spanish territory during a calendar year you are non-resident in Spain for tax purposes.
Yes, you do. You can pay either on the profit you make from renting out the property or on the imputed or deemed income for having the property at your disposal.
Non-residents are subject to a general flat rate of 24%. However, a 19% flat rate applies for tax residents in EU member states, Norway and Iceland.
Yes, IberianTax offers two different payment options in order to pay and e-file your Form 210. No need to leave home to pay your Spanish taxes.
Definitely! We take the protection of your data very serious. Your personal data is stored and used in a secure way. We collect only what we need to prepare your tax returns. We will never sell your data or use it for a purpose different from filing your tax.
Getting started with IberianTax is easy. All you need is your email address to create an account. Once you’ve done that, you can start filing your non-resident tax by completing our simple questionnaire.