Legal in Spain

6 ways to change your study stay to a residence and work permit

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Thanks to the multitude of universities, study and professional training centers in Spain, many people come to the country with a “student visa” that allows them to stay in the territory while they carry out their studies. However, once they have finished their studies -sometimes even without finishing- many of them look for a way to get regularized in the country. Do you want to know which are the 6 alternatives to change your stay for studies to a residence permit? Here we tell you everything, come and join us!

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How to register a foreign marriage in Spain?

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With the wave of immigration, it is becoming increasingly common for people to marry in one country and reside in a different one. But what happens in legal terms? Do you know how to register a foreign marriage in Spain? In this article we tell you everything you need to know!… Continue reading

How to legalize foreign documents in Spain?

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Do you want to travel soon to Spain and need to legalize documents from your country? In this article we answer the most important questions regarding the legalization of foreign documents in Spain. All the information you will see is for guidance only, you should still seek specific advice from the nearest Spanish embassy or consulate in your country of origin. So, are you ready? Let’s go! We will tell you everything you need to know.… Continue reading

Reform of the foreigners Law: new developments 2022

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On August 15, a new reform of the Immigration Law came into force in Spain. Have you heard what it consists of? Do you know what the benefits are for immigrants? Stay with us in this article and find out below!… Continue reading

Non-profit residency: application requirements

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Spain is recognized as one of the most attractive European destinations for tourists and immigrants. Have you ever thought about what it would be like to live in this country? Today we tell you about an option that will allow you to stay legally for a whole year in the Spanish territory: the non-profit residency. Read on and find out how you can apply!… Continue reading

Intra-Community transactions: all about trading in the EU

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An increasing number of SMEs are deciding to take the path of internationalization, although most consider it more difficult than it was three years ago. However, even when they consider it difficult, they recognize their ability to boost their business growth to other EU countries, streamlining intra-EU operations. Want to know how to trade in the EU and succeed? Here we tell you all about it!… Continue reading

Difference between unemployment benefit and unemployment allowance: everything you need to know

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It is normal that, nowadays, many conversations end up touching on the subject of the economic situation in Spain and, consequently, they talk about the unemployment benefit and the unemployment allowance. Both provide an economic amount to the unemployed, but there are differences between them that are worth knowing. If you want to know what they are, in this article we will tell you what is the difference between unemployment benefit and subsidy, Come on!… Continue reading

How can I draft the corporate bylaws?

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In previous days we explained what the bylaws mean in your company, as well as their importance and, as we know that this topic caught your attention, today we bring you more information about it! Do you want to learn how to write the corporate bylaws of a limited liability company? Read on and find out with us!… Continue reading

Learn about the new quotas for the self-employed 2023-2031

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The new quotas for the self-employed in Spain from 2023 to 2031 are undoubtedly causing a stir. Although they are still being processed and there is time for them to be improved and adapted, they should not go unnoticed. If you are self-employed or an entrepreneur, this article will be of great use to you.

 

What are the new quotas for the self-employed?

The current €294 minimum fixed contribution will be part of a progressive system of 13 tranches depending on the income received. This program will be implemented as of 2023, so that by 2031 the contribution will vary between €184 and €1,297.

As you will see, the new quotas can be described in a few words, but this is only a rough outline, so read on to learn more about the advantages and disadvantages involved.

Advantages of the new quotas for the self-employed

If you are self-employed, you will be interested to know the advantages and disadvantages of implementing the collection of these new fees.

A fair progressive system.

In short, whoever earns more, pays more. For years, the Spanish government has been evaluating the possibility of adjusting the self-employed quota to their real income, since it makes no sense for a self-employed person who earns 500 € to pay the same quota as one who earns 4,000 €.

Improve the social protection of the self-employed.

The average pension of the self-employed is 59.4% of that received by salaried workers and sick leave benefits are much lower.

This is because 85% of the self-employed contribute at the minimum rate and, although the option to contribute more exists, they do not take it. Therefore, the increase seems logical.

Sustainability of the pension system.

Currently, the Social Security pension system is considered an unviable hole that needs to be changed as soon as possible.… Continue reading

How to register a trade name in Spain?

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After defining the type of business you want to open, thinking about the name you want it to have is another fundamental step. With a great name, you will be able to differentiate your brand from all the competition. Follow these steps to register your brand name correctly and don’t let anyone get ahead of you.… Continue reading

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