4.5.3 Share of capital in housing cooperatives or jointly owned property
Applies to the income year 2017
This item shows your capital in connection with your shares in housing cooperatives and/or jointly owned property. The capital concerns the total capital of the cooperative or jointly owned property which is to be distributed between the shareholders. The home itself is not included in this capital, but will be shown in item 4.3.2. The amount will normally be pre-filled with the amount that was reported by the housing cooperative or jointly owned property, so you should check that everything is correct.
For share of income in housing cooperatives and/or jointly owned property, see item 2.8.1.
Does this item concern me?
This item concerns everyone who owns a share in a housing cooperative or jointly owned property.
How do I enter this in my tax return?
The item will generally be pre-filled with the amount for your share of the capital of the housing cooperative/jointly owned property. The amount is based on what was reported by the housing cooperative/jointly owned property, so you should check that everything is correct.
The amount you should perform the check against should be shown in the annual statement you will receive from the housing cooperative/jointly owned property in January.
If the amount is wrong, you will need to correct the tax return. You should contact the housing cooperative/jointly owned property to ensure that the annual statement is correct.
What if information is missing?
If any information is missing, you must enter the name of the housing cooperative/jointly owned property and your share of the wealth, excluding the apartments/homes.
Allocation between spouses / registered partners / spouse-equivalent cohabitants
If expenses are to be split between spouses/registered partners/spouse-equivalent cohabitants, the tax returns of both partners must be altered. You must both edit/add information concerning the housing company/jointly owned property, income, capital and the reason for the change.
Other cohabitants who are not spouse-equivalent must be assessed individually for their share of capital/debt and income/deductions, and they cannot freely allocate income between themselves, for example.
You do not need to send us any documentation concerning this, but you must be able to present it upon request.