With regard to taxation running a small company is not easy. The legal obligations are more complex than being Self-Employed. The first thing necessary is to sign the Formation Title Deed in front of a notary, register the Company in the Mercantile Register, the Spanish tax authority and the Social Security office.
When your small company starts trading you must notify the Tax Office. The company is liable for Corporation Tax, but depending on the nature of the business, the fiscal obligations could be different.
For each period the Accountant must calculate the taxable profit to pay in the Corporation Tax, also having to prepare the book-keeping and the annual accounts for submitting to the Mercantile Register.
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Until now, companies and self-employed professionals could request the return of the VAT tax at the end of each year, in the tax return form of the last term of the year. This could cause problems when a company had just begun to exercise the professional activity or when they had performed a big investment, as there was a difference in the payable VAT and the deductible VAT.
In order to avoid this unfair situation, the Spanish Tax Authorities now allow taxpayers to request the VAT return at the end of each term. This monthly VAT return was available only for big companies and exporters until 2009. But now, the Spanish Tax Agency allows all firms and self-employed workers to benefit from the monthly VAT return. The only requisites are that the taxpayer mustn’t carry out activities that are taxed under the simplified regime and be up-to-date on their taxation obligations in Spain.
If you want to register for the monthly VAT return, you must sign up in the REDEME (Registro de Devolución Mensual) during the month of November. This can be done by filling form 036 (checking box 129) or form 039 (checking box 12). You don’t need to sign up in the REDEME if you are already registered as an exporter or other economic operator, as these are automatically included in the REDEME. If you find difficulties during this process, don’t hesitate to consult a professional solicitor or accountant.
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