Spain is one of the main countries that people choose to retire or purchase a second home to come to enjoy eventually, among other things due to its great house prices, its wide variety of activities that can be practiced outdoors or its Mediterranean diet. Continue reading Purchasing a property in Spain
The Mortgage Law, which responds to the European requirement to equate the internal legislation to Directive 2014/17 / EU, has the purpose of favouring a more transparent, efficient and competitive mortgage market. Continue reading New Mortgage Regulation
The Spanish government has established a period of 21 months after the Brexit-date.
During this period, all the UK nationals living in Spain must exchange the Green Residency Card for the TIE (the TIE is the Residency ID card for non EU citizen members).
Continue reading Residency After No Deal Brexit: TIE Card
There are 61 countries who are not in the EU, but are VISA “free”. This VISA it calls ETIAS.
Citizens of these countries can go into the countries of the Schengen Area for business or tourist purpose up to 90 days, but not allowed to work or study. Continue reading ETIAS, The New VISA
We are going to study two questions that every entrepreneur asks himself before starting a business in Spain, WHY and HOW start up a company in Spain. Continue reading Set up a company in Spain
According with the Spanish Law, non-resident citizens, who own properties located in Spanish territory, need to file annual non-resident tax . Continue reading Non Resident Tax