IRPF for EU member states.

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  • #55557
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    Dear listers,

    Sorry if this has not been posted in the right forum. I did not find a more relevant one.

    I am told that EU members are exempt from paying taxes (IRPF) on their salary at least for the first 180 days, until they become residents (with an official NIE). Does anyone know more about this?

    Regards
    François

  • #98115
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    Maybe, but Spain has its own EU rules. Anything which they can take they will and anything they have to give they ignore it.

  • #98118
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    Hi François,

    Welcome to the cynics forum 😆

    Anyway, when we first came here, my wife got a lower rate of tax for the first few months. Sorry, I cannot tell you more, it was a few years back.

  • #98123
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    @El anciano wrote:

    Hi François,

    Welcome to the cynics forum 😆

    Anyway, when we first came here, my wife got a lower rate of tax for the first few months. Sorry, I cannot tell you more, it was a few years back.

    François

    I replied to this thread and the reply was saved as fraft??

    Anyway, here is a link I found somewhere ..

    http://www.abacoconnect.com/resident-taxes-in-spain

    Thanks for your replies.

    Fracois

  • #98129
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    once you have been residing in Spain for more than 183 day in the calendar year, you become resident for tax purposes for your worldwide income for the full 12 months of that year and you pay te same tax rate for the whole 12 months 😕

  • #98130
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    IIRC when you arrive (or become tax resident) part way through the year, you get you annual allowance in total for the remainder of the year.

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