If you have an EU property listing, or have an EU country of residence according to our records, new EU law (“DAC 7”) requires Airbnb to collect and share your taxpayer information on your listings. We built a new product to make it easier for hosts to provide income tax info and assign to each listing.
After January 1, 2023, Hosts will have 60 days from the date of your first 2023 check-in to provide this information.
If we don’t receive the requested information within 60 days of your first 2023 check-in:
Avoid interruptions to your payouts in 2023 - add income tax info to your Account today.
We have also started compiling answers to your most common EU tax questions, and will continue updating as we hear more. What questions do you have about these upcoming EU tax changes?
I'm not sure it's worth the trade-off, @Emiel1. Have you seen the queues we have to wait in now at immigration? Not pretty. Thankfully some sketchy Irish ancestry means an Irish passport for me 🙂
In the link to "commmon EU tax questions" (see post) the UK is not mentioned in the list of countries.
Maybe wait until Airbnb is starting to sent messages to update your listing(s)....
@Emiel1 hopefully that is the case not least because the tax year in the UK runs from April 6th not Jan 1st as in more normal countries!
We've had this in Norway since 2018. It was a requirement for Airbnb to be allowed to operate n European territory. EU is coming late to the table.
I’m not an entrepreneur and therefore have no Tax ID number in the Netherlands. Must I go to the chamber of commerce and sign up there in order to keep hosting on Airbnb, which I only do occasionally in my private home - obviously not as a ‘business’?!
Hello @Daan59 ,
In this case you must only put your personal tax ID, when you reach the tax info page with the link, you will have the question "individual" or "business"
Hello @Daan59 ,
In France, we get this number the first time we give our annual income infos to the Tax department.
In the Netherlands, I have found the information on the EU website here https://ec.europa.eu/taxation_customs/tin/#/tin-country and the TIN is on your ID document.
I have a listing in Poland and this new law threw me in for a loop. I’m not an entrepreneur and have no Tax ID number in Poland. Furthermore, I reside in US and pay taxes in US. Not only I have no tax id in Poland, I do not know how to obtain one.
I asked host support for help in finding out how to obtain one, but my request was only answered with a generic link to the Polish law which did not help i any way to solve my problem.
I am very disappointed in complete lack of Airbnb host support in this matter. They have a team in Poland and surely that team pays taxes in Poland so someone on that team would be able to advise on how to obtain Polish Tax id. I hope the Airbnb management could reconsider this and create a resource for those of us who are in this situation. I am sure I am not the only one.
Hello @Anna636 ,
You should complete with your US tax ID at least.
Maybe there is a tax agreement for US citizen,
maybe not and you need to have a Polish tax Id to host in Poland.
When you started to host, you didn't look for the legal and tax requirement in Poland?
Here is a link to ask your question to the EU commission directly
Hope this will help!
I can tell you that even if you had your tax id number from Poland, it still won't work. I am in a similar situation as you with a property in Italy. I do have an Italian id number but Airbnb still comes back and says my 'taxpayer information is incorrect.' And they refuse to discuss it with me as well.