Posts Categorized: Running a business in Spain

Spanish Corporate Tax 2019

The key information you need to know about Spanish corporate tax rates for the years 2014, 2015 and 2016. Residence According to Spanish law, any company incorporated in Spain – with a registered office in Spain or its effective management in Spain – is resident in Spain and subject to Spanish corporate tax. Resident companies are… Read more »

Employment, Payroll and Dismissal

Employment In Spain, the legal minimum employment age is 18. However, 16 and 17 year-olds are allowed to work with parental consent. All employees must be provided with an employment contract on or prior to their first day of employment. It is possible to have a trial period (periodo de prueba) included in an employment… Read more »

Corporate Tax Rates 2012 – 2014

Residence According to Spanish law any company incorporated in Spain, with a registered office in Spain or its effective management in Spain, is resident in Spain and subject to Spanish tax. Resident companies are charged corporation tax on worldwide profits and capital gains. Non-resident companies are taxed on their Spanish-source income and gains, according to the… Read more »