Spain’s personal income tax declaration – Renta 2022
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What is Personal Income Tax or IRPF?
Personal Income Tax or IRPF for its Spanish Acronym (Impuesto de Renta de Personas Físicas) is the tax on income, revenue or benefits obtained by taxpayers living in Spain
How is IRPF collected by the Spanish Revenue?
The Spanish Revenue is the Spanish body in charge of managing IRPF. IRPF is collected every month and once a year it’s regularized by means of a Personal Income Tax Declaration. Based on whether you have overpaid or underpaid, your Declaration will conclude if you need to pay or if you will receive money back.
When should I submit the Personal Income Tax Declaration?
Spanish Personal Income Tax Declarations are submitted once a year, between April and June. You can also submit your late Declarations for the last 5 years. However you might have to pay a fine.
People living in Spain and who follow a series of requirements must submit a Personal Income Tax Declaration. How and how much you’ve earned last year will decide if you must or must not submit your Personal Income Tax Declaration.
Who is considered to be a tax resident in Spain?
A person living in Spain for over 183 days a year is considered to be a tax resident in Spain. They can also be considered a tax resident when the main volume of taxes or economic activities takes place in Spain.
What is the Personal Income Tax Declaration for Expatriates?
After moving to Spain certain foreigners can declare their Personal Income Tax in Spain as expatriates by submitting Form 150. This tax regime, popularly known as Beckham Law, applies Non-Resident (IRNR)’s tax declaration rates, which tend to be much lower than general IRPF’s rates.
Equity tax is applied to people’s equity. Check if you must declare it.
Is it true that Spanish Revenue’s drafts are usually wrong?
That is correct. It’s considered that 70% of Spanish Revenue’s drafts are wrong or incomplete. If you don’t check them, the drafts given by the Spanish Revenue might make you pay more IRPF than necessary. The most common errors are related to personal, working or financial situation changes that have been not included in the drafts and consequently lots of deductions are not applied.
What deductions can I apply?
The Spanish Revenue has several IRPF’s deductions, namely regarding your personally and family situation. You can access Renta Acompany’s guide if you want to have a nose around the main state tax reliefs.
Is my Declaration affected by where I live?
Yes! Each Autonomous Community has its own deductions. Therefore, before submitting the Declaration we will need to check the deductions applied to the community you live in.
For the time being, Acompany doesn’t submit Personal Income Tax Declarations in the Basque Country and Navarra. These communities have their own Revenue Agency.