Non-Resident & IBI Property Taxes
This is a reminder email for paying the national Non-Resident tax and the annual local council IBI property tax payments in Spain.
When you own a property in Spain, you are liable for two types of property taxes:
- The national non-resident property tax declaration (paid to the national government)
- The IBI (Impuesto de Bienes Immuebles / Tax on Real Estate) property tax (paid to the local council)
If to your knowledge you have direct debit payments setup for the IBI local tax, you should see receipts in your bank account being charged by the town hall. The receipt name should appear as the town name, or as IBI or Impuestos. You will need to keep hold of these receipts for later use for the national non-resident property tax declaration.
If you do not see any charges to your account or are unsure if you are up to date with your local IBI property tax payments, please contact the Tax department at PSI Consultants for investigation.
If you do not have direct debit payments set up for local non-resident tax, the town hall will usually issue a annual notification that will be sent to either your Spanish property or the registered correspondence address that is on file. Once you have received the bill, payment will have to be arranged with the town hall or through your Spanish bank branch.
Afterwards, you may wish to arrange to set up future payments by direct debit that will take effect from the following fiscal year.
For further information regarding local council taxes, you are more than welcome to contact your local town hall.Kind Regards,
If you require any assistance with paying your national Non-Resident tax or your local IBI property tax, then please do not hesitate to contact us at:
+34 966 730 104
Calle Salvador Dalí 8,
03189 Orihuela Costa,