Visita del Embajador del Reino Unido a España

Visita del Embajador del Reino Unido a España

🇬🇧🇪🇸 Han sido unos días muy intensos con la visita a Almería del Embajador del Reino Unido en España, donde se ha reunido con destacados líderes empresariales y políticos además de conceder entrevistas a varios medios. Muy importante para todos el mensaje transmitido sobre el Brexit. Seguir leyendo “Visita del Embajador del Reino Unido a España”

(English) How to get Access to “convenio especial” scheme

(English) How to get Access to “convenio especial” scheme

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We at Salvador Tax & Legal would like to inform you of the possibility of access to the public health system for foreign residents in Spain, who do not qualify under any other means.

It is necessary for those people to make a Special Agreement with the Andalucia Health Service, upon payment of a monthly fee and providing certain criteria, detailed below, is met, you will have access to the public health system.

The law 16/2003, dated 28th May, on the cohesion and quality of the National Health System, Article 3.5 establishes the possibility that residents who do not qualify as members of the Health System can have access to it by means of a subscription or payment.  Seguir leyendo “(English) How to get Access to “convenio especial” scheme”

(English) Form 720. Remember the deadline is before 2nd April

(English) Form 720. Remember the deadline is before 2nd April

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Don´t forget that the information return must be submitted by residents in Spain. This year 2nd April is the deadline to submit the Form 720

Who has the obligation to submit this tax form?

Taxpayers required to inform of their assets and rights held abroad, in accordance with this regulation are:

  • Individuals and legal entities resident in Spain.
  • Individuals or legal entities not resident in Spain, with a permanent establishment in Spanish territory If they belong reviews one of the following groups: owner, representative, agent, beneficiary, individually or entity With actual powers of disposal or beneficial owner.

What Must Be Declared? 

With regards to the information that has to be Disclosed to the Spanish Tax Authority, This obligation includes specific information on assets and rights situated abroad including:

  • Bank accounts located abroad.
  • Stocks, rights, income and insurance policies deposited, managed or Gained abroad.
  • Real estate and rights on real-estate located abroad.

This obligation implies that the taxpayer will have to declare bank accounts abroad, even if he / she does not own stocks or real estate abroad. However, there will be no obligation to submit esta tax form for bank accounts located abroad if neither end the balance (on December, 31st), nor the average balance Reaches to the total of € 50,000.

Frequency in the presentation of the tax return

Once Form 720 has been filed with regard to one or more of the disclosure obligations in it (referred to in question no. 1), this Form should only be filed again when, in relation to one or more of these obligations, there is an increase of the overall limit established for each information block above 20,000 euros compared with what the last declaration determined.

More Information here. Don’t wait to the last minute and avoid penalties.

You can contact us in case of doubts.

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Next March, 31st is the deadline to submit the Form 720

Next March, 31st is the deadline to submit the Form 720

We are approaching March 31st and the information return must be submitted by residents in Spain. 31st is the deadline to submit the Form 720


Who has the obligation to submit esta tax form?

Taxpayers required to inform of their assets and rights held abroad, in accordance with this regulation are:

  • Individuals and legal entities resident in Spain.
  • Individuals or legal entities not resident in Spain, with a permanent establishment in Spanish territory If they belong reviews one of the following groups: owner, representative, agent, beneficiary, individually or entity With actual powers of disposal or beneficial owner.

What Must Be Declared? 

With regards to the information that has to be Disclosed to the Spanish Tax Authority, This obligation includes specific information on assets and rights situated abroad including:

  • Bank accounts located abroad.
  • Stocks, rights, income and insurance policies deposited, managed or Gained abroad.
  • Real estate and rights on real-estate located abroad.

This obligation implies that the taxpayer will have to declare bank accounts abroad, even if he / she does not own stocks or real estate abroad.

However, there will be no obligation to submit esta tax form for bank accounts located abroad if neither end the balance (on December, 31st), nor the average balance Reaches to the total of € 50,000.

Frequency in the presentation of the tax return

Once Form 720 has been filed with regard to one or more of the disclosure obligations in it (referred to in question no. 1), this Form should only be filed again when, in relation to one or more of these obligations, there is an increase of the overall limit established for each information block above 20,000 euros compared with what the last declaration determined.

More Information here. Don’t wait to the last minute and avoid penalties.

You can contact us in case of doubts.

Puesto vacante para Departamento Laboral

Puesto vacante para Departamento Laboral

Estamos buscamos a alguien con tu perfil para el puesto vacante de nuestro Departamento Laboral. Envíanos tu C.V a través de nuestro formulario o email abajo.

Puesto vacante para Departamento Laboral
Puesto vacante para Departamento Laboral

Buscamos profesional para el puesto vacante de responsable del Departamento Laboral. Se encargará de prestar asesoramiento a nuestros clientes y formará parte de un equipo de 3 personas. Buscamos a alguien con:

  • Experiencia probada de más de 5 años en asesoría laboral,
  • con habilidades directivas,
  • Ingles nivel alto.

Interesados enviarnos tu CV a través de nuestro formulario o a través del email: info@gestoriasalvador.com

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Concurrida presentación “Living in Spain” realizada por Grupo Salvador

Un éxito de convocatoria tuvo la reciente presentación “Living in Spain” realizada por Alejandro Guerrero Salvador, socio director de GRUPO SALVADOR, realizada en Turre y con la asistencia de más de 50 personas.

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La presentación tuvo lugar el pasado lunes 27 de enero en Turre, en dependencias del Ayuntamiento de dicha localidad y a la que asistieron integrantes de la asociación DAMES IN TURRE.

DAMES IN TURRE es una asociación de mujeres, integrada por miembros de la comunidad

británica residente en la localidad de Turre, cuya finalidad es organizar eventos de interés para dicho colectivo como conferencias, viajes y también participan activamente en la realización de actividades benéficas en favor de diversas asociaciones de la zona.

Como parte de su labor de comunicación e información, a través de las presentaciones “Living in Spain” GRUPO SALVADOR ofrece a los extranjeros residentes en España la oportunidad de conocer distintos aspectos relacionados con su vida diaria en nuestro país y de interés para dicha comunidad. Son cuestiones relativas a sus obligaciones y derechos, así como otras concernientes a materias legales y/o administrativas que son de utilidad para su vida en España.

Las presentaciones “Living in Spain” son una iniciativa de GRUPO SALVADOR y realizadas por Alejandro Guerrero Salvador, que se hace con cierta periodicidad y a demanda de distintos colectivos de la comunidad de extranjeros, principalmente de la provincia de Almería. La anterior presentación se había llevado a cabo en Diciembre pasado, en las dependencias del resort Desert Springs y a la que asistió también un importante número de extranjeros residentes en la zona del levante almeriense.

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Personal Tax in Spain

Personal Tax in Spain

PERSONAL TAX IN SPAIN

Wealth Tax

 Impuesto sobre la renta de las personas físicas/IRPF is a direct tax levied on the income of individuals.

The individual’s income may come either from work as an employee or by means of self-employment — development of a business or professional activities.
Taxable income is determined as the difference between the income earned and the expenses that are deductible according with the Spanish law.

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Capital Gains Tax

Capital Gains Tax

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CAPITAL GAINS ARISING FROM THE SALE OF BUILDINGS

Capital gains resulting from the sale of property constitute taxable income. This income is deemed as accrued when the property is transferred.

In general, the amount of the capital gains is determined by the difference between the cost price and transfer value of the property.

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(English) Business Taxes in Spain

(English) Business Taxes in Spain

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Company Tax or Corporate Income Tax for Business Taxes in Spain

This is a national business or corporate income tax in Spain on all types of Spanish companies (as well as nonresident companies in Spain) except the Sole Trader (Autónomo). (Sole Traders report their business and personal income together on their IRPF instead.) The standard Company Tax rate is 30%, but small and medium companies (PYMEs), who are defined as having a net turnover of less than three million euros each year, are only taxed at 25% on the first 120,202 euros earned and at 30% for income above that figure.

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