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  1. Expat Tax
    Hi, I'm originally from the UK where sole-traders and small businesses are exempt from VAT upto around 80,000gbp I believe. I've never had to pay it before as a freelancer in the UK, earning around £33,000 pa. I realise that there is no such exemption in Spain and I'm liable for 21% IVA...
  2. Spain Expat Forum for Expats Living in Spain
    I am looking into having someone do some permitted work in my apartment. Knock down some walls, add some walls, paint, plaster, electrical, etc. In your experience does work such as this have an IVA of 21%? I have read conflicting information online. edited to add: I see mentions online about...
  3. Mexico Expat Forum for Expats Living in Mexico
    We live in San Jose del Cabo. After the hurricane, our condo management company quoted us the repairs. It specified a price per repair item (e.g., painting of the walls) and quoted 16% IVA as a separate line item. I read somewhere that they either have to quote separately materials and labor...
  4. Italy Expat Forum for Expats Living in Italy
    Hi, Ive been in rome for the last 7 weeks studying and am wanting to stay and work here. My teacher suggested that I apply for Partita Iva working as a freelancer. Im not sure if I am eligible to do so as an Australian citizen.
  5. Spain Expat Forum for Expats Living in Spain
    Hi, Just a quick question. If I am Self Employed here in Spain and I invoice a company in Gibraltar do I have to charge them IVA? Thanks for your help! Mark
  6. Spain Expat Forum for Expats Living in Spain
    We are relocating to Valencia April 1st and wish to buy a Spanish car. Our NIE application will be processed at the local Spanish embassy so we should be able to buy a car on the day we arrive. Now, I have been searching for used cars on autoscout24.es and see that some of them adds a little...
  7. Italy Expat Forum for Expats Living in Italy
    I am buying a house in Italy and have been advised by the agents to declare it as my "first house" in Italy - which it is - so the tax is lower and then to apply for "residenza". I expect to spend a lot of time there as well as in the UK and just want to make sure this is the correct thing to...
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