Taxation in Spain

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Spain’s centre-right party Ciudadanos (C’s) has announced proposals for a zero rate of inheritance tax.

Spain went through an unexpected change in government last month, when Prime Minister Mariano Rajoy was forced to resign. Rajoy lost a vote of confidence when dozens of members of his party, as well as the party itself, were convicted of fraud, money laundering, and corruption charges arising from a scandal that had lingered for […]

Màxim Huerta stepped down as Spain’s culture and sports minister today after a week in office, following reports that he had been fined for evading hundred of thousands of euros in taxes.

With her first official announcement, Spain’s incoming Minister of Ecological Transition, Teresa Ribera has made it clear that the previous government’s reviled tax on distributed generation array, the solar called ‘sun tax’ will be eliminated. At the same time, she has confirmed her support for more ambitious EU renewable energy targets.

The Spanish government will propose a temporary tax on digital company revenue this year and will aim for the new tax to take effect in 2019, Román Escolano, head of Spain’s Ministry of Economy, Industry, and Competitiveness, has confirmed.

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