For clients who are setting up a business in Spain, Gascón Bernabéu offer a complete service, from the registration of the business at the Tax Office (Agencia Tributaria) to the completion and filing of quarterly VAT (IVA) and annual tax returns, standard bookkeeping and accounts preparation services.
Our experienced team of professionals can oversee the formation of your Spanish Company and register the new business for tax and social security.
Our accountants can advise on the best course of action for you and your business according to the relevant rules and regulations.
It is necessary to have your interests represented by a legal professional when dealing with the treasury, particularly when operating by EP (Permanent Establishment, i.e. a branch-subsidiary).
If you require advice in relation to taxation or accountancy in Spain, please don´t hesitate to contact us for a no obligation consultation.
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Gascón Bernabéu are able to offer payroll services for companies from any country. We are able to register your employees in Spain and generate the monthly wage slips.
Gascón Bernabéu assist client companies of virtually any size with their business needs in Spain.
Our clients range from companies with 10 employees right up to multi national corporations with multiple locations.
Gascón Bernabéu provide bespoke quotations based upon your requirements.
If you would like to discuss our services, please contact us today. We generally request information relating to company size, company structure, payroll numbers, market sector, volume of invoices etc. This enables us to provide written terms.
A company established in Spain has various accountancy obligations. The main forms Modelo 303 – quarterly IVA return, Modelo 390 – annual IVA return, Modelo 111 – quarterly retentions, Modelo 190 – annual retentions, Modelo 200 & Modelo 202 – corporation tax
Often you will receive an invoice with an amount deducted as a retention.
This is an amount withheld in lieu of income tax. It applies to invoices provided by individuals rather than companies.
The % deducted could be 7% or 15% depending upon the circumstances of the individual.
The retentions are then paid quarterly to the tax office.