Company Tax Articles
Miguel Ángel Blanca Prieto 31 January 2013
to be one of the most exhausting years in terms of the amount of new law. New tax
regulations were certainly one of the main focuses for the Government.
The so called
"tax amnesty" was especially significant and the Government claimed that this scheme,
which expired on 30 November...
Alistair Spence Clarke 09 July 2012
The Spanish banks have been ordered by Government to reduce the values of the properties they have acquired from bankrupt developers and defaulting owners. As the banks have now taken the losses into their balance sheets, the prices demanded by the banks for Spain's massive unsold stock of property ...
Alistair Spence Clarke 07 April 2010
In the Spanish system 'substantial tax fraud' is defined as a single tax offence that results in tax not being paid that exceeds 120,000€. Over this limit the tax fraud offence is subject to the Penal Code but under this limit the consequences are limited to fines and interest which are usually seve...
Alistair Spence Clarke 07 May 2010
All the political parties have backed a proposed change in law to modify the current VAT law for smaller self employed businesses and companies, so that their VAT payment to the tax office will only take account of sales invoices that are actually paid by their clients.
If this revolutionary propos...
Alistair Spence Clarke 18 November 2011
On Sunday, the Partido Popular, the centre right political party is expected to romp home with an overall majority of the 350 member Congress of Deputies, Spain's lower legislative house.
The newspapers predict that the elections, that use the d'Hondt system of proportional representation, will giv...