Emigration to Spain
Moving to Spain has fiscal consequences, both for the income and wealth tax as for the estate tax.
From a tax perspective the emigration moment and the distribution of income and assets in the different countries are of interest. This is especially important for people with high-income, large capital, expatriates and international family situations (heirs in other countries)
Insight in your new tax situation
It is important to have an early insight on your new situation. The estate tax can be particularly high. If you know what you will be dealing with, you can plan both your own situation and the situation for your heirs.
If you are considering moving to Spain, you usually consult with your accountant or tax adviser. Professional advisers will often have local specialists review the Spanish situation. This is where we would like to come into play. We will gladly work together with your adviser to provide advice concerning Spain, which can then be added to the overall report.
If you are residing in Spain and you are considering to remigrate, it’s important to know the special arrangements Spain has in this field. This certainly applies if you own a property that you want to sell. Proper planning can save you tens of thousands of euros in taxes. The message is clear: get the best advice and support; it can generate lots of money.
Coordination, quality and achieving an overall picture are the starting point for an optimum representation of your interests.