Business and Taxes Articles
Following reforms carried out to the Spanish Penal Code in 2010 and 2015 corporations may now be liable for the actions of their employees.
While many people who visit Spain would love to stay, it can be difficult to find employment, like they would in their country of origin, as a result of language difficulties and a stagnant local jobs market. As a result, many take the opportunity to set-up a business, often for the first time, and taking […]
Relocating an employee to live in another country is now a commonplace requirement for any international company, while individuals also seek worldwide job opportunities. Moving an employee to Madrid represents a number of particular challenges, particularly with language but also culture.
For anyone resident in Spain there are certain considerations to take into account if you want to make a ‘gift’ to a family member or indeed any other individual, of a property you own, that is located outside Spain.
Those who are tax resident in Spain (both local Spanish residents and expats resident in Spain) are legally obliged to provide information to the Spanish tax authorities regarding any offshore accounts, offshore investments, and real estate located abroad. It should be noted that tax form 720 does not imply additional taxation (it is an informative form). The […]
Setting-up a business in Spain can be an exciting, if nerve-racking, time – especially for those who do not have a high level of Spanish, sufficient to deal with Spanish local and national tax authorities. Here we provide some initial insights and advice on getting started.
In last month’s article we discussed dismissal from employment based on financial grounds…We revealed that there is a reasonably good possibility of challenging such a dismissal.
What options are available to a company when a business customer in Spain fails to pay one or a number of invoices?
What options do you have if you are made redundant in Spain for what are termed ‘Economic Reasons’?