Welex, your office of economists and Tax Advisors in Marbella is pleased to write a few lines about what is understood as a property company in Spain and those that are considered to carry out an economic activity.
We also remind the tax rates and exemptions from corporation tax in Spain.
When does a company in Spain have an economic activity?
A Spanish company will have an economic activity when there is self-organisation of the means of production and human resources or one of both with the aim of producing or distributing goods or services.
In the case of rental of real estate, economic activity will also exist when are used the services of a person employed under a general and full-time employment contract.
What is a property company in Spain?
A company in Spain is considered to be property when it does not carry out an economic activity. And it is understood that there is no economic activity in Spain when more than half the assets on the balance sheet of the company are made up of securities or it does not have a person employed under a general and full-time employment contract.
Are you a participant in a property company in Spain? Do not hesitate to contact our office of economists, accountants and tax advisors in Marbella. We are responsible for the accounting and tax representation of your Spanish company regardless of where it is located.
Do you want to set up a company and carry out an economic activity in Spain? Feel free to contact one of our commercial lawyers in Marbella now. We will guide you through the entire process of incorporating your company in Spain and will be happy to provide accounting and tax representation services.
Corporate tax rate in Spain
From 2016 to date, thehttps://www.welex.es/contact/ corporate income tax rates in Spain are as follows: