The Spanish Taxes, Mallorca.
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The Spanish tax year runs from January 1st to December 31st.
Taxation in Majorca best tackled with the expert guidance of a professional financial adviser, particularly if you have property and investments outside Spain.
If you spend more than 183 days a year in Mallorca, not necessarily consecutive, you are considered a resident for Spanish tax purposes and will have to submit a tax return before the end of June each year. As well as income, wealth and possible other national taxes, there are municipal taxes, otherwise known as IBI, and rubbish tax.