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Capital Gains Tax

At the time of selling a property in Spain as a non-resident:

a. 3% of the selling price will be retained by the purchaser with the obligation of paying it on your behalf into the revenue within 30 days

b. Maximum 4 months after the sale, you have to file a Capital Gains return in which you will be taxed for the difference between the purchase price (plus any purchase expenses that have a proper invoice), and the actual selling price (less sale expenses)

c. The difference between the selling and the purchase price will be taxed at

19% for the first  6000 € of net profit
25% from 6001 € – 24,000 € of net profit
27% from 24,001 € profit on

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