Taxes in Spain for individuals
The Spanish tax year goes from 1 January to 31 December, corresponding to a natural year. This is of high relevance when looking carefully at your tax return and declaration.
Taxes in Spain are split between state and regional governments, with each of Spain’s 17 autonomous regions deciding on its own tax rates and liabilities. This means that Spanish tax rates can vary across across the country for income tax, property tax, wealth tax, capital gains tax and inheritance tax.
Would you like to learn all the different types of TAXES IN SPAIN AND HOW TO OPTIMIZE THEM? Then this event is for you! 🤓 ▶️ GET YOUR TICKET. We will talk about:
- Tax in Spain for residents
- Income tax in Spain
- Spanish tax rates
- Tax deductions and allowances
- Spanish tax authority contact
- How can you benefit from the BECKHAM LAW
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