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There are two different work residence permits that allow you to go through the process: the entrepreneur visa and the self-employed work permit. These are the two permits that will grant you the specific type of residence that allows you to set up a business. You will choose one or the other depending on your...
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Regardless of whether you are a foreigner or a Spanish citizen, anyone can start a business in Spain. The only requirement is that you have legal residency. However, depending on your country of origin, the process can become more complicated. The actual legal steps of setting up a company are the same whether you are...
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Spain is the ideal place for foreigners from all over the world to set up their own business. Ideal infrastructures, global talent and an entrepreneurial ecosystem make Spain the best option when deciding where to start. However, the specific steps you need to take to get your business off the ground successfully are less clear....
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The NIE (Foreigner’s Identity Number) is a personal, unique and exclusive number that all foreigners must have for identification purposes: all foreigners in whose favour a procedure is initiated to obtain a document that enables them to stay in Spanish territory other than a visa. Who needs a NIE number in Spain? Any foreigner who...
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The deadline for applications has opened for the Kit Digital programme, a public financial aid programme financed by the Next Generation EU funds aimed at the self-employed and small business in Spain, which will contribute to the adoption of technological solutions for their digitisation. This first call, aimed at the segment of Spanish companies with...
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Last December, the Council of Ministers approved the draft Statups Law, which is expected to be definitively approved by the summer of 2022, with the aim of attracting talent and investment and supporting fast-growing, technology-based companies, thus placing Spain on a par with leading countries such as Germany, France and Estonia. The aim is to...
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This article is part of our guide Inheritance in Spain with a non-resident, expat or foreigner. When what is transferred by donation or inheritance is a company, this operation is also subject to Inheritance and Gift Tax. However, in order to encourage the continuity of such a company, different incentives have been foreseen that reduce...
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The government approves the labour reform and gives companies three months to adjust their temporary contracts before 30 March. The labour reform, approved last December in the Council of Ministers, aims to put a stop to temporary contracts, restore balance to collective bargaining and incorporate temporary lay-offs (ERTE) into ordinary legislation, which will replace those...
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The Spanish government has approved the new Housing Law, which aims to reinforce the concept of decent and adequate housing set out in article 47 of the Spanish Constitution. The new law indicates, fixes and defines what is meant by decent and adequate housing. “Dignified housing is that which is habitable, accessible, energy efficient and...
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The agreement establishes for this year a wage of 965 euros gross per month in 14 payments. This increase will be retroactive from 1 September, so that workers who receive the minimum wage will see it reflected in their next pay cheque. The Ministry of Labour and Social Economy and the labor unions have reached...
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