Ask My Lawyer in Spain - Tax Implications of the Coronavirus

7 April 2020 | Tags: , , , ,

My Lawyer in Spain team are holding weekly question and answer sessions to talk about all things related to You and the Law in Spain. In our latest webinar, My Lawyer in Spain were joined by Natasha Meah Layland Bsc (Hons), Director and founder of E.B.F Consulting SL., dedicated to tax, accounting and strategic business advice for companies in Europe trading in the Canary Islands and Spain.

Natasha covers:-

  • A summary of some of the government measures available to help businesses
  • Spain relies on the tourist industry and has a lot of estate agents, bar restaurants and businesses involved in that industry. What specific help is there for them? Self employed and employers?
  • Ideas of what she is advising clients to do now
  • Can the Tax declarations be delayed? What about the annual tax returns?
  • How can businesses get tax info to their accountants if they are not allowed to go to their place of work?
  • Can the Landlord on my local still ask for my rental payment even though I can’t open my shop?
  • Are there any interest free ways to pay my tax for Q1?
  • new regulations about early redemption of pensions.

The webinars are free to attend and held ONLINE via zoom. Our events are shared under our Facebook events.

The next Ask My Lawyer in Spain Online Webinars will be at 15:00 on:-

  • 17 April – Topic: Finances
  • 24 April – Topic: Property Market
  • 8 May – Topic: Property Values & Surveys

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Alex Radford

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One Response

  1. Avatar Hugh Duffy says:

    Excellent update. Keep it up. Good to see some familiar faces.

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