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EUROPOL, the EU’s international law enforcement agency, worked with authorities across five countries to arrest 22 suspects belonging to an organised crime group which...
Asesor warns British charities are ‘ignoring Spanish laws’ as Costa Blanca shop faces €24,000 fine for not charging VAT...
A LEADING asesor has warned that British-run charity shops are ignoring Spanish laws that require them to charge value added tax (IVA) on second-hand...
The general rule is that if you earn any income from a property you own and let in Spain, you are liable for taxation
The foreign-language nominee snubbed by the Academy
Protests spark fierce debates as PSOE cultural secretary calls for Wert's resignation
IVA, start up capital, and profits all affected by new legislation
As the 'culture tax' hits the arts sector, theatres are coming up with ingenious ways to reduce ticket costs
The measure aims to maintain prices for customers after the tax hike comes into effect on September 1
Police have dismantled a multi-million euro operation involving 30 individuals who they believe are connected to two major criminal groups with assets worth €1 billion
The Prime Minister sets out his austerity plans affecting sales tax, the unemployed and the civil service