Reply To: Lost in Translation.. A simple tax question

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Anonymous
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I may be wrong, but the essence of the text suggests that if you are not married/resident, the tax will be 50% per person, but if married then 100% of the whole/joint.

This is common in CGT (capital gains tax) when 1 partner is resident and the other is non res.

The usual 3% retention for the non res would then be 1.5% and the resident liable to pay their % of the CGT at 9%, being half of the 18%.

I´m beggining to think that a Spanish lawyers translated explanation will make more sense than mine 😯