By David Searl • 04 March 2019 • 10:24
We were encouraged by your advice in an earlier column that we should not be paying Spanish wealth tax after paying it for many years. However our tax consultant tells us that we are still required to pay these taxes every year. We have paid again this year as we were unsure on conflicting views. We own a property in Spain and use it for holidays. Could you offer any clarification on wealth tax?
Perhaps you are confusing wealth tax with other taxes. A non-resident property owner is liable for three taxes on his Spanish property.
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