How to implement a company in Spain?

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How to implement a company in Spain?

Depending on the type of company you set up, you will need to fulfill Spanish regulations with regard to accounting, auditing and tax filing. Choosing the type of entity and determining its relationship with the parent company (if there is one) or international shareholder requires knowledge of Spanish mercantile law. In our experience, having the proper setup with help from professionals will save you money and time in the end. For example, changing the company director can take more time than forming a new company.

Types of business entities in Spain

The following chart summarizes the different types of business entities. In most cases, the choice is between Sociedad Limitada and Sociedad Anonima.

 

Business Type Liability Number of Partners Backing Capital Taxation
Empresario individual (self-employed) individual 1 not required individual income tax, VAT tax
Sociedad Limitada (limited-liability company) corporate 1 to 50 minimum 3000€ corporate taxation
Sociedad Anónima (corporation) corporate 1 or more minimum 60,102€ corporate taxation
Sociedad Colectiva (co-partnership) corporate 2 to 50 0 – 250,000€ corporate taxation
Sociedad Cooperativa (cooperative) corporate 3 or more (if Cooperativa Laboral, 1 must be a Spanish citizen) minimum 25,000€ corporate taxation
Sociedad Limitada Laboral (limited partnership) corporate 3 or more (1 must be a Spanish citizen) minimum 25,000€ corporate taxation

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Tools to implement a Company in Spain

9 May, 2019

Company formation

8 May, 2019

VAT registration

7 May, 2019

Branch registration

6 May, 2019

EORI registration in Spain

5 May, 2019

VIES registration in Spain

4 May, 2019

Government compliance in Spain

3 May, 2019

Trademark and brand registration in Spain

2 May, 2019

Lawyer in Spain

1 May, 2019

Spain’s Company Registry (Registro Mercantil)

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