Blog Category: Taxes in Spain



Posted and filed under General Articles of Interest, Local area, Newsletters, Taxes in Spain.

The deadline for submission of the Model of 720 (January 1 to April 1, 2021). All the Assets and rights located abroad and valued above 50,000 euros must be declared. It is a purely informative presentation, but of an essential nature. Since the penalties for its non-filing or out-of-time submission are high. Under the “anti-fraud” plan launched in 2013. The… Read more »

Reform of the Autónomos system for self-employed workers in Spain.

Posted and filed under Taxes in Spain.

There are 3.2 million self-employed people in Spain, around 16 per cent of the country’s working population, including many foreigners. All the information about the new Reform of the Autónomos System Mechanics. Hairdressers. Freelancers. Estate agents. Builders and trasdesmen…  Many more.  According to leaked reports this week, the Spanish government is ready to change the controversial way social security contributions… Read more »

Initiatives to help Small Businesses in Spain

Posted and filed under Businesses in Spain, Financial outlook, In the Spanish News, Taxes in Spain.

Many small businesses in Spain are suffering from a short term cash flow crisis. The government is trying to help and has two new measures released this week. Loans for Small Businesses We spoke previously in a blog post about the 10-year loans at an interest rate of 0% for small to medium sized companies (small businesses and medium businesses)… Read more »

Holiday Home Costs Increase for British post Brexit

Posted and filed under Brexit and Spain, Taxes in Spain.

Some people have asked us if their holiday home costs may increase post Brexit, if it takes place on the 31st January 2020. Currently, yes they will. Many people do not realise this, so we think it important to inform you. Firstly, non resident taxation:- Non Resident Taxation One tax that is likely to increase if the UK leaves the… Read more »

Spanish Residency (TIE)

Posted and filed under Spanish Residency, Taxes in Spain.

From time to time we have clients say to us that on many websites it says after 3 months you must get residency (TIE). On other law office’s websites it says that after 6 months you are legally resident in Spain. Here, we explain all you need to know about Spanish Residency (TIE) For British Citizens. This causes a great deal… Read more »

Sale and lease back in Spain

Posted and filed under Businesses in Spain, Property in Spain, Property Purchase/Sale Service, Taxes in Spain.

All you need to know about sale and lease back Property in spain. We completed a deal and received a positive testimonial from a client who sold his property portfolio in and around Cabo roig/ Villamartin to a buyer who was only looking for investment. Please read below.  It got us thinking is sale and lease back a good idea… Read more »

Legal help in Pilar de La Horadada.

Posted and filed under Brexit and Spain, Businesses in Spain, Property in Spain, Property Purchase/Sale Service, Taxes in Spain, Wills, Probate, Donation and Inheritance.

October 1st 2020. Update on Pilar de La Horadada office: Unfortunately, we have decided to listen to our own advice and the office in Pilar De La Horadada will not reopen until Easter 2021. We are still very much available to help our clients with legal help, property advice, tax-efficient plans etc. from our La Zenia office and we can,… Read more »

Donation Taxes – How to Save Inheritance Tax

Posted and filed under Legal Issues in Spain, Taxes in Spain, Wills, Probate, Donation and Inheritance.

Over the past months, we have written many times about transferring  property in Spain from parent’s names to that of your children as a donation, or early inheritance. A number of people in the last year have donated their properties to their adult children, as the tax allowances in the Valencia region are currently very generous at 100,000€ tax free… Read more »

Real estate agents based abroad have more reasons to use Spanish Solutions.

Posted and filed under Businesses in Spain, Legal Issues in Spain, Legal Paperwork (NIE, Residencia, Padron), Property in Spain, Property Purchase/Sale Service, Taxes in Spain.

  . What having a legal collaborator in Spain can do for your Real Estate business.     Are you an estate agent based outside of Spain?  Finding the right law collaborators might be the most important thing you do for your company and your clients!    Many estate agent first begin their search for a collaborator in Spain by… Read more »

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