Guide to Filing IRS Anexo F for Rental Income in Portugal

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What is it?

IRS Anexo F is a part of the annual tax declaration in Portugal, specifically for reporting rental income. Property owners who rent out their properties must report the income they receive from the rentals in the Anexo F section of their IRS (Imposto Sobre o Rendimento das Pessoas Singulares) tax return.

Who needs it?

Property owners in Portugal who receive rental income from residential, commercial, or other types of properties.


  1. Gather Necessary Information: Collect all the relevant documents related to your rental property, including lease agreements, payment receipts, expense invoices, and any other supporting documents for the income and expenses related to the rental property.

  2. Access the Portal das Finanças: Go to the Portal das Finanças .

  3. Log In: Use your credentials to log in to your account on the Portal das Finanças.

  4. Navigate to IRS Section: Once logged in, navigate to the IRS section where you can start filling out your tax return.

  5. Select Anexo F: Within the IRS section, select Anexo F to report your rental income.

  6. Enter Rental Income: Fill in the details of the rental income you received, such as the total amount received and the duration of the rental period.

  7. Report Expenses: Enter any deductible expenses related to the rental property, such as maintenance costs, property management fees, and other allowable deductions.

  8. Submit the Declaration: After filling out all the necessary information in Anexo F, review your entries for accuracy and completeness. Once verified, submit your declaration through the Portal das Finanças.

Required Documents

  • Lease Agreements: Copies of the lease agreements with tenants.
  • Payment Receipts: Receipts for rent payments received.
  • Expense Invoices: Invoices and receipts for expenses related to the property, such as repairs, maintenance, and management fees.
  • Financial Statements: Detailed statements of income and expenses for your rental property.

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Additional details

  • Elevator Installation Payments: If you have expenses related to the installation or maintenance of an elevator in your rental property, these can also be included in Anexo F.
  • Validation: After submission, the status of your IRS declaration may show as “aguarda validação,” indicating that it’s awaiting validation by the tax authorities.
  • Legal Expenses: Legal expenses paid for services related to your rental property can also be deductible.

For more specific queries or detailed guidance, contacting a tax professional or seeking advice from the Portuguese tax authorities may be beneficial.


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