Here is an important topic for all companies based in Spain: public holidays and days off. They should be considered when establishing your annual plan and could help you finding trends that could benefit your business. Continue reading →
In Spain the Real Estate have been crush by the crisis, but apart from being a big problem for many investors it´s an open door for new opportunities. The property prices have gone down significantly, and for those with credit or money in the pockets its time to make a move.
In the overall Real Estate Market, the decline have reach an average of 20% in real terms, and even more in the case of Properties in the side coast were values have downgraded around 40%.
After creating your business in Spain, the first thing to know is how to write a billin Spain. While it is not very different from other countries, it is interesting to know what to insert in the bill, and do not forget to mention the CIFof the two companies.
A bill in Spain is as follows :
the name of your company, its registered office and CIF,
the name of the client company, its registered office and CIF,
a unique invoice number,
the name of the product or service and the unit price,
the amount of the bill in three stages: the amount excluding VAT, the amount of VAT, and the total amount.
When starting a business in Spain, you will face many Spanish words at first difficult to understand.
This article will enlighten you on these terms, explaining, for each of them, the Englishequivalent.
NIE (Número de Identificación de Extranjeros) : The NIE is the identification number of a foreigner in Spain. It is essential to Spain in order to create your company, open a bank account and almost all the paperwork. You can get this NIE, whether European or not. This edition includes 8 or 9 characters and starts with an “X” or a “Y”.