The AEAT, Spanish Tax Agency, is keeping a particular war against international investors and large multinationals
Tax Offices around the world continue targeting taxpayers to patch the public deficit hole up
Let me state clearly my position as international tax adviser:
Tax is a fundamental instrument for the progress of citizenships and necessary to protect the … Read More
Tax reform can promote more equity while unblocking growth, so that the next rising tide lifts more boats together -Alan Carter.
We are attending a massive global tax reform based on tax data exchange between countries. The “old school tax … Read More
While in Europe markets are shrinking due to the Brexit, in the Middle East a new super-bank is being created which will start to operate in early 2017.
Brexit, the European banking crisis (with Italy and Portugal just about to … Read More
The aggressive tax avoidance scheme the supreme court is refusing a final appeal was based on Disney film rights. Film partnerships became popular as a means of avoiding tax after Gordon Brown set up tax breaks for the industry in … Read More
The Directorate General for Taxation and Customs sent a letter to the Spanish government last month informing that the European Commission had opened an infringement procedure against Spain regarding the famous Form 720, a form designed to register the Statement … Read More
All non-resident owners of a Spanish property have to pay an annual tax to account … Read More
So far, most of the advantages of Cypriot tax regime were directed and enjoyed by non-residents. However, this has now changed.
Up to now, to fully benefit from all the advantages of its tax incentives, one could not reside in … Read More
Un ciudadano Español que trabaja en Qatar tributaría como no residente de acuerdo al IRPF en dicha modalidad. Incluso si sus ingresos los recibe en España, toda vez que los mismos procedan de su trabajo en el Estado de … Read More
The Spanish Tax Agency is taking a very broad interpretation of the Wealth Tax (Impuesto de Patrimonio) regulations as applicable to Trusts, as they are considered transparent or look-trough entities.
This will affect Spanish property owners using corporate structures owned … Read More