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fhanrah 21st September 2019 11:28 AM

A little help please
 
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Iím going to try and do my non resident tax this year, we donít rent out the home, so I need to do two submissions for myself and my wife. Iím happy with the online form but calculating the tax still stumps me. I have the latest copy of my IBI and weíre based in Manilva (Malaga). Can anyone help with this please

Alcalaina 21st September 2019 12:13 PM

I believe it's 24% (19% if you live in an EU member state) of 1.1% of the catastral value. So if the value of the property is €100,000, it's 24% (or 19%) of €1,100.

Juan C 22nd September 2019 05:52 AM

May be you know this but I was caught out once and had to complete new forms

When you complete the second 410 you need to start from the beginning That is you cannot just use the first one by deleting your info and inserting your wife’s details

That is because each form has a unique bar code.

fhanrah 22nd September 2019 08:53 AM

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Originally Posted by Juan C (Post 14954540)
May be you know this but I was caught out once and had to complete new forms

When you complete the second 410 you need to start from the beginning That is you cannot just use the first one by deleting your info and inserting your wifeís details

That is because each form has a unique bar code.


Thanks

trotter58 22nd September 2019 09:33 PM

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Originally Posted by fhanrah (Post 14954236)
I’m going to try and do my non resident tax this year, we don’t rent out the home, so I need to do two submissions for myself and my wife. I’m happy with the online form but calculating the tax still stumps me. I have the latest copy of my IBI and we’re based in Manilva (Malaga). Can anyone help with this please

We've used the info' from .....Non-resident imputed income tax - Form 210 (2017 and previous) - Andalucia.com to complete ours for the last 3 years and had no problems.

HTH
Good luck.

BTW we're based in Alicante but the info' is still pertinent.

fhanrah 25th September 2019 10:26 PM

So I did my taxes Monday and paid in the bank, got my receipt all happy out. Received an email from our lawyer today that she had done our 2018 taxes for us and here's the bill. Its very simple, she completed 2017 but at no point have we asked or requested her to do our 2018 taxes. Spain is very slow to do stuff when you ask, but seem to be hitting the ball out of the park when you don't ask. 1 I won't be paying her and 2 my figures were the same as hers, so I happy with that. lol

trotter58 26th September 2019 07:30 AM

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Originally Posted by Juan C (Post 14954540)
May be you know this but I was caught out once and had to complete new forms

When you complete the second 410 you need to start from the beginning That is you cannot just use the first one by deleting your info and inserting your wife’s details

That is because each form has a unique bar code.


Once you "validate" the form to check for mistakes you can then "export" the form before you generate the bar coded forms and save this on your computer. You can then "import" the form with all the previous details, change what's required and then generate new bar coded forms. This saves you from starting back at the beginning.

I also save the bar coded form (pdf) before printing and the imported form to assist with the next tax year.......Makes it so much easier.

trotter58 26th September 2019 07:37 AM

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Originally Posted by fhanrah (Post 14956772)
So I did my taxes Monday and paid in the bank, got my receipt all happy out. Received an email from our lawyer today that she had done our 2018 taxes for us and here's the bill. Its very simple, she completed 2017 but at no point have we asked or requested her to do our 2018 taxes. Spain is very slow to do stuff when you ask, but seem to be hitting the ball out of the park when you don't ask. 1 I won't be paying her and 2 my figures were the same as hers, so I happy with that. lol

Well done. :)
Do save your receipts and any imported forms. It will make it so much easier next year.:cool:

fhanrah 26th September 2019 07:55 AM

We keep everything and all correspondents, scan warranties to the computer and keep them all on file. I keep this in a folder with the expire year so I can delete as required. I'm a Control Freak

fhanrah 26th September 2019 09:21 PM

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Originally Posted by fhanrah (Post 14957032)
We keep everything and all correspondents, scan warranties to the computer and keep them all on file. I keep this in a folder with the expire year so I can delete as required. I'm a Control Freak

Just to update, after a few emails back and forth, and my offer to supply the emails where there was no mention of us asking to have our 2018 taxes done, our lawyer isn't looking for the fee and has removed us from their list where we could be in the same situation next year


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