It doesn't matter whether you are starting a brand new venture in Spain or are planning
to extend your existing business into the Spanish market. There are some important
issues that need to be considered. If these are not given the right degree of forethought,
then they could cause a whole host of complications for you and your business later
down the line.
- Who owns the business and where they live can have significant tax
- Whether the business is financed by money from the European Union
or Spain can generate a huge headache;
- How the business is set up can make the
difference between heartache and success.
Spain has earned the reputation of being
a much more relaxed culture which is probably why most people choose to change their
life and head towards this pleasant corner of the globe. But this wonderful mañana
approach to life can become frustrating if you have business deadlines and commitments
to meet, especially when it goes hand-in-hand with Spanish Bureaucracy which sometimes
seems to conspire to make life difficult. Our team is made up of mainly Spanish
nationals with bilingual skills.
If you are thinking about opening a business in Spain
or are about to sign on the
dotted line, please contact the team at Pellicer& Heredia and see what options are
available to you. For more information and free advice please call us.