Spanish inheritance tax Income tax in Spain
Spanish inheritance tax

Spanish inheritance tax

The Spanish Inheritance and Gift Tax (Ley 29/1987) is the responsibility of the Spanish regional governments (Comunidades Autónomas).

According to this law, who is resident in Spain (183 days rule) is liable for this Tax for all the assets inherited, regardless of where they are located.

Income tax in Spain

Income tax in Spain

The Spanish income tax is regulated according to Law 35/2006 (Income Tax Law LIRPF) and Regulation RDR439/2000 (Income Tax Regulation RIRPF)
It is a dual taxation system as it applies to two different types of income, each having its own tax rates:

  1. The general tax base, which is taxed progressively

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