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[Ask] Taxes advice for Spain

Discussion in 'White Hat SEO' started by UriXipil, Nov 27, 2011.

  1. UriXipil

    UriXipil Junior Member

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    Hi,

    If the thread is in the wrong place please change the section!

    I'm from Spain and I have make it $2k with flippa and clickbank! I think could be more in the future! I hope! My question is how I can pay the taxes and where because I don't want to have problems with the state!
     
  2. Victoria from DNP

    Victoria from DNP Junior Member

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    Well.. this is definitely not the place to as this... I actually doubt there is a place to ask that here :)
    Anyway... you should be trying with some local entity in charge of taxes
    My two cents!
     
  3. Big_0n3

    Big_0n3 Senior Member

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    I have a cousin from spain and he dont pay taxes for what he earns online because he
    doesnt own a copany or works for one to must pay taxes.
     
  4. vulzala

    vulzala Junior Member

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    First pick up your electronic signture or DNI electronico from
    Code:
    http://www.agenciatributaria.es/AEAT.internet/Inicio_es_ES/_Segmentos_/Empresas_y_profesionales/Empresas/Tramites_electronicos/Tramites_electronicos.shtml
    and install on your computer.

    Then access the Agencia Tributaria (Hacienda)
    Code:
    http://www.aeat.es/AEAT.internet/Inicio.shtml
    On the right hand side click on Sede Electronica.

    There you need to register as self employed. Search for "Darse de Alta como Autonomo".

    You will need to fill in your personal details.

    Next give them a call on 901 200 345.

    Tell them that you want to "Darte de Alta". They will tell you the forms you need to fill in online.
    (Every 3 months you will have to pay your IRPF and your IVA. The forms are also found on the website. You can fill them in and pay online.)

    After doing all this you need to go to the Social Security website (Seguridad Social)
    Code:
    http://www.seg-social.es/Internet_1/Trabajadores/index.htm
    You will need to register here and make your monthly payments.

    Any questions you can find their phone number here:
    Code:
    http://www.seg-social.es/Internet_1/Oficinas/index.htm
    It is very easy to do, but if you go to a Gestoria they will do it all for you.
     
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  5. vulzala

    vulzala Junior Member

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    Ummm, he would be considered self-employed and yes he does have to pay taxes and social security. If he doesn't do it well he is just risking getting caught.

     
  6. UriXipil

    UriXipil Junior Member

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    @vukzala Thank you very much! Thanks and rep added! But I have another questions! Now I have a "contarto indefinido"! I can be "autonomo" and work with the actual contract?
     
  7. vulzala

    vulzala Junior Member

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    You're welcome. Yes, you would have to be both, but it is a bit more complicated and you will have to speak to hacienda about this or a gestor. The reason being that you may end up paying twice for your social security. the only way of not paying it twice is for the company that has hired you to do some paperwork. I am not exactly sure what it is because I have not been in that situation but I have heard of it before. You really, really need to speak to hacienda or a gestor for this!
     
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  8. Big_0n3

    Big_0n3 Senior Member

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    thank you vulzala. I will let my cousin known this.
     
  9. kassman

    kassman Newbie

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    i dunno what's the cost of company in spain (and is insurance obligatory)... if you want to do more things like that, pay the tax, deduct the costs of website and hosting, do it few times more and register ltd company in uk (you can do it living in spain - there are loads of companies that offer this). it's cheap and a good movement before taking your money to places like monaco, hungary or cyprus... where you simply wont pay much taxes at all. as i said - dont know how its with spain, but for me in poland in much better and cheaper in costs to make money having registered ltd (limited - means: your company fails to pay credit or you have big tax problems and bankers take company's car and not one registered for your name)