17 May, 2013
New financial reporting requirements in Spain have prompted many expat residents to think about leaving the country. The new tax laws require anyone who resides in Spain for more than six months of the year and owns overseas assets amounting to more than 50,000 euros to declare them.
Although this will certainly ring true for many expats, those affected should seek financial advice before deciding to leave as there may be ways of reducing the impact of the new laws.
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15 April, 2013
British expats have until 30 April 2013 to declare their assets outside of Spain.
Who needs to declare?
British people living in Spain need to declare each asset, e.g. a holiday home, worth over €50,000 (£44,000) to the Spanish authorities under new rules designed to stop tax evasion.
You’ll be considered a resident in Spain if you spend more than 183 days a year in the country, or if your spouse and dependent minor children live there. The Spanish authorities will also be looking for those who not only own any assets, but are the beneficiary or authorised signatory.
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