The publication of Law 11/2020 in Spain has introduced the following modifications for the year 2021: INCOME TAX A new […]
The dreaded return to school, daycare or the hiring of childcare staff causes a great disruption to the financial family […]
Highlights of the General Canarian Budget 2019 – Effective 1st January 2019 1. General IGIC has been lowered from 7% […]
Can I Deduct My Vehicle Expenses? If you want to claim for a vehicle through your business, then be aware […]
New Limits to Present Annual Income Tax Return in Spain. Currently the tax legislation states that if your income does […]
Additional Maternity Allowance. As from the 1st January 2018, working mothers that pay nursery fees for their children under three […]
If you are living and/or working in Spain, you will be liable to pay Spanish taxes on your worldwide income and assets and will need to file a Spanish tax return.
Spain is divided into 12 autonomous regions, and taxes are split between state and regional governments, with each autonomous region deciding on its own tax rates and liabilities. The tax year runs from 1 January to 31 December.