Here at TIM we have had a few emails from people asking about this new certificate that will be required by law from June 1st 2013. Below are some points that we feel are important to those either selling their properties or wish to rent their properties out.
With very few exceptions, everyone resident in Spain (more than 183 days) for tax purposes and with any income or capital gains anywhere in the world has to file a tax return. Non-resident property owners are also obliged to file tax returns, but must follow a different system to residents.
Cartagena (pronounced Carta-hena) is a city in the province of Murcia. It has been inhabited for over 2,000 years. Early settlers recognised the importance of its natural location making it easily defendable and so an ideal choice for a port and settlement.
Final part in a series of articles – Rob Innis looks at the years following Franco’s death and the emerging years of new democracy. The main source for these articles is taken from John Hooper’s ‘The New Spaniards’ 2nd edition published by Penguin.
It is hard to miss Jumilla Castle when you are approaching the town as it dominates the skyline, especially when it is lit up at night.
PELLICER & HEREDIA is holding a FREE seminar on the 16th April 2013 on Spanish Tax. Details on how to register for this event can be found in this article.
In this series of articles, Rob Innis looks at the years following Franco’s death and the emerging years of new democracy. Following on from last month – Democracy comes at a cost as corruption and scandal dominates the political arena.
The new Law 7/2012 of October 29th, to amend the tax law strengthening the proceedings of preventing and combating tax evasion introduces a new arrangement that all Spanish tax residents shall provide to the tax administration the following information:
Written by Rob Innis with Jill Buske of Pellicer & Heredia Abogados This month we look at the important issue of access to Spanish healthcare for those who have not reached full pension age or are not working in the system. Since the laws governing the access to the Spanish Social Security system were changed [...]
Following on from last month’s Part 1 – Franco died at the end of 1975 opening the way in 1976 for a New Spain to emerge from years of dictatorship. This month we look at the years following Franco’s death and the emerging years of a new democracy. The main source for these articles is [...]