Living in Spain

The Beckham Law: A benefit for foreigners in Spain

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If you are a foreigner and have decided to come to Spain for work reasons, you should know that there are certain tax obligations that you must comply with in the country. But, have you heard of the Beckham Law? This regulation can benefit you, and below we will tell you about the benefits it offers.… Continue reading

New labor reform in Spain 2021-2022

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Do you work in the business world in Spain? If you are an entrepreneur or an employee in a company, it is important that you know about the new Spanish labor reform 2021-2022, a regulation that seeks to improve labor relations in the country. Do you know what we are talking about? Then, in this article we will give you the details you need.… Continue reading

Nationality agreement between Spain and France

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Do you have French nationality and are thinking of moving to Spain? Did you know that both governments recently established a dual nationality agreement? In this article we tell you when it came into force and what you should know about this Spanish-French agreement.… Continue reading

Insurance for foreigners in Spain

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The Spanish territory, because it belongs to the Schengen zone, has some fundamental requirements for foreigners to enter the country, among these is to have a medical insurance that guarantees a coverage of 30,000 euros for illness, accident or death. But how to make sure, and what insurance is necessary to reside in Spain? find out below.… Continue reading

Basic guide to tourism in Spain

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You’ve finally been given the vacation you’ve been waiting for, and one of your plans is to travel to Spain and enjoy your days off. In TAS Consultancy we know the Spanish scene quite well, so in this article we tell you the basic things you should take into account if you plan to go sightseeing in the country.… Continue reading

What is the Kit Digital Program?

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As you may have already heard, the Next Generation EU funds contribute to the economic recovery in Spain, and this time we want to talk to you about the budget allocated to the Digital Kit Program.

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Tourism in Spain, the world leader.

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Spain is the most dynamic country in the tourism sector. Based on a list of 14 criteria, the World Economic Forum has determined that Spain tourism is the world leader in terms of tourism, being the country with the most dynamic tourism economy.

Spain is one of the main tourist destinations thanks to the many attractions offered by the country. In this sense, it is also important to note that our country is the second in the world with more cities listed as World Heritage Sites. In addition, Spain is the country with the highest number of blue beaches in the entire northern hemisphere. These are just some of the attractions that Spain offers its visitors.… Continue reading

The Spanish crisis from a different point of view

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Crisis, unemployment, debt, premium risk… it seems impossible to detach Spain from these words. However, if we pay closer attention, Spain is a country full of opportunities!

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Non-Residents Taxation in Spain

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In order to determine the tax residence of an individual or company, several factors must be evaluated. I encourage you to read this article dealing with the tax residence. You will find in this article some interesting information. If you do not match with these terms, then you are a Spanish tax non-resident.

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