Unpaid bills on Spanish property

  • September 2, 2015

If you are buying a Spanish property then you must be careful to avoid becoming responsible for any unpaid bills remaining on the property you intend purchasing – a good example being IBI (the Council Tax that every owner has to pay every year). This we...

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Power of attorney in Spain

  • May 11, 2015

A power of attorney is a mandate given in writing before a Spanish Notary Public and executed as a deed by the donor (person giving the power of attorney) in favour of a third party (attorney). The powers given may differ depending on the transaction or l...

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Taxes in Spain

  • April 1, 2015

Cullera     EU countries have signed fiscal agreements especially aimed at avoiding double taxation. These agreements enable the determination of a person’s residence for tax purposes when the legislation of the emigrant’s origin and destina...

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Tax amnesty for pensioners in Spain

  • March 12, 2015

There is a tax amnesty for pensioners in Spain – who receive a pension from another country and are not yet declaring it in Spain!  If this is you – or someone you know – then be aware that you have until the end of June 2015 to put your pa...

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Occupancy Permit in Spain, a vital document

  • March 4, 2015

An Occupancy Permit in Spain (a Cedula or Certificado de Primera o Segundo Ocupación) is really important if you are buying property in Spain. So – do not let agents or other people confuse you by saying that an Occupancy Permit in Spain is unnecessary...

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