Expatriates and International Investors in Spain



In the current globalized environment, it is increasingly common to encounter individuals who relocate to Spain (impatriates) or individuals who move abroad (expatriates), usually for professional reasons.

It is also common to find individuals who, while being tax residents in Spain, make investments abroad and receive income from other countries, as well as foreign investors who direct part of their investments towards Spanish territory.

If you find yourself in one of these relocation situations or have received income from abroad, before submitting your income tax return (IRPF), seek our advice to analyze your specific tax situation and assess the international tax implications that may apply to you.

Put yourself in the hands of an expert in International Taxation and avoid potential contingencies or errors in your tax return. Contact us today!



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