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Renting property abroad to holidaymakers? Here’s everything you need to know about your tax requirements.

If you are fortunate enough to own a property in a popular holiday destination, then maybe you have considered the idea of letting it out while it’s vacant. This is an ideal way for many holiday home owners to cover the costs of owning a property and perhaps earn some extra income on the side.

However, if you earn an income from a property overseas – even from short term holiday bookings – it is likely that you will have a tax filing requirement in that country.

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What is the history behind PTI? Q&A from our tax team.

When was “Property Tax International” created?


The idea was born in 2006.

We noticed that more and more people were purchasing property abroad and there was a gap in the market for a company that could organise and manage the tax requirements of international property owners.

We wanted to help people who have a property and rental income in France, Germany, Spain, Ireland, the UK, Poland, Hungary and the USA to meet their tax obligations.

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Own a property in Spain? Here’s everything you need to know about non-resident property taxes.

If you are a non-resident property owner in Spain, you are required to file four different quarterly tax returns throughout the year.

And with the next tax return deadline (20 October) just a couple of weeks away, now is the perfect opportunity for a recap of Spanish tax requirements and obligations.

In this guide, you will find everything a non-resident needs to know about Spanish property income taxes and the tax filing deadlines.

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What are deemed tax returns for a property in Spain?

Ever wondered what is deemed tax?

This is a tax paid by non-residents in Spain who own properties located in the country that were not rented. They are subject to non-resident deemed income tax.

Landlords with a house or apartment in an urban area that is not let, are still obliged to pay tax on “deemed rental income“. In case the property is partially let, Spanish Deemed tax is applicable only for the period in which it was vacant or occupied by the owner for personal use.

These landlords must file a non-resident income tax return (Form 210) to report the “deemed income”.

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