Spain Company Formation
By incorporating in Spain a business gains a wide range of competitive advantages, including:
- Shareholders can have anonymity in general, transfers of shares are often only recorded in the records of the Notary public, so ownership can be confidential.
- The Shareholders can receive dividends, which are not subject to social security.
- No taxation on company vehicles.
- Profits coming from foreign subsidiaries are untaxed, which can arise from dividend payments or increases in share values.
- The dividends that are paid to a Spanish holding company are exonerated from corporation tax, as are increases in share values.
- Incorporation of a Spanish Company
- Spanish Government Registration Fees
- Registered Office for 1 Year
- Registered Agent for 1 Year
- Original Registered Company Deeds
- Two Copies of the Company Deeds – The copies are issued by a Notary printed on Notarized paper
- CIF Certificate
- Proof of Applying for the CIF
- Original Modelo 600 (Stamp duty form)