Reminder - Q3 2023 Non-Resident Income Tax filing (NRIT)

Raymundo LarraĆ­n Nesbitt, October, 2. 2023

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Just a gentle reminder to all non-residents, who own property in Spain and rent it out (whether long or short-term i.e. holiday home); you must file your Q3 2023 quarterly tax return now in July 2023. You are being taxed on your rental income for the previous three months: July, August, and September.

For 2023, the non-resident tax calendar is as follows:

  • Q1 January – March. Filed on the first 15 days of April
  • Q2 April – June. Filed on the first 15 days of July
  • Q3 July – September. Filed on the first 15 days of October
  • Q4 October – December. Filed on the first 15 days of January 2024


Our cut-off date to accept filing Q3 2023 non-resident tax returns is Friday the 13th of October 2023.

Please do not wait until the last moment to submit your quarterly tax return. We file this tax online all over Spain within 24 working hours.

We can offer you this tax service for a very competitive fee.

Our fee is 100% tax-deductible from the tax to pay.

The main highlight of our tax service is that we reduce your income tax by 70%, or more, on applying for lenient landlord tax relief on all your property-related expenses.

Contact us and pay less tax. If you overpay taxes in Spain, it's only because you want to.


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