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Measures to support entrepreneurs and stimulate economic growth and job creation PDF Print E-mail
Written by VP   
Tuesday, 05 March 2013 11:43
The Council of Ministers approved a Royal Decree on measures to support entrepreneurship and spur growth in several areas including the following:
A)  1. Measures to promote entrepreneurship and self-employment of young people:
·        - It sets a fix fee of fifty euros in Social Security contributions for new self-employed people under thirty years old, for the first six months.
·         - It allows unemployment benefits compatible with the starting of an activity as self-employed, for nine months to people under thirty years old .
Last Updated on Tuesday, 05 March 2013 11:46
Tickets are substituted by simplified invoices PDF Print E-mail

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Dear client,

From January 1st the RD 1619/2012 law, establishes a new law for the invoices with an important change: tickets can not be produced by a professional or a company invoicing a client for a service. The tickets were being used in a massive way in some activities like bars, restaurants, bistros, motorways, etc. for justifying the selling of a service or product. From now on these are replaced by the simplified invoice (factura simplificada).

When a deal is 400 euros or lower, or when an amended invoice needs to be produced, then a simplified invoice (factura simplificada) can be the way to proceed. The limit is 3000 euros (IVA included) per invoice(factura) for the activities of bar, restaurant, disco, bistro, motorway among others. Operations above this limit require to be justified by a formal invoice including the clients fiscal details, etc.


13710728-chincheta-roja-sobre-fondo-blancoDear clients please be advised that the last day to pay the last 2012 Advance Corporation Tax is on 20th December


The reporting obligation of the assets and rights abroad PDF Print E-mail
Written by VP   
Wednesday, 02 January 2013 13:28


From February 1st until April 30th tax residents in Spain are obliged to report on the following assets and rights abroad:

- Accounts in financial institutions located abroad.
- Securities, rights, insurance and annuities deposited, managed or obtained abroad.
- Real estate and real property rights of ownership located abroad.

Failure to comply with this reporting requirement tax offense qualifies as very serious. Infringement shall constitute the following conduct of the taxpayer:

- Failure to submit on time the proxy statement
- Submit information return incomplete, inaccurate or false data
- Submit the document by means other than electronic, computer and communication when required to do so would by such means.

The Act establishes a specific penalty regime for both absolute breach of the obligation to the late submission of the statement.

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Last Updated on Thursday, 03 January 2013 15:13
Limitation of the cash payment to 2.500 euros. PDF Print E-mail
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Tuesday, 20 November 2012 15:42

2500The limitation of the cash payment to 2,500 euros from companies and professionals is effective from today, according to the new anti fraud law.

Failure to comply with this limitation, which rises to 15,000 euros when the payer is an individual not residing to avoid prejudicing the money spent by tourists visiting Spain, carries an administrative penalty for both the payer and the recipient, with a penalty of 25% of the total payments made.

In addition, the Tax Office has clarified that if an operation exceeds cash paid 2,500 euros but you pay in several times splitting the payment of amounts below the legal limit, is also breaking the limitation is effective now. That is, if an operation of 4,000 euros is payable in cash in two installments of $ 2,000 each, the penalty would be 25% above 4,000 euros and thus € 1,000 in total.

Last Updated on Friday, 23 November 2012 11:53
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