This year we celebrate the XV Anniversary of the foundation of the firm, an anniversary that makes us feel completely proud as it represents the full consolidation of a professional project based on the values of excellence in work, professionalism, effort and commitment to the client. In the same way that we have done on previous anniversaries, we celebrate this important date with the publication of a new book entitled "The supplier payment program as an instrument for injection of liquidity to the company", published by the Institute of Economic Studies, and that we will present soon. This book is also a testimony of the Spanish economic evolution and its companies in this period of time and points out some of the fundamental challenges that will mark the evolution and transformation of our economy in the coming years.
The economic effects of the pandemic and the lack of public benefits have placed Spanish companies in a delicate situation, and relatively worse compared to the main countries of the Euro zone. As “Next Generation” funds arrive in our country, different mechanisms have started to be set up so companies can access them, regain their financial balance and accelerate their recovery.
In July, the Ministry of Economic Affairs announced a draft bill "for the promotion of the startup ecosystem", which includes tax measures to support technology startups. This is a very relevant set of incentives, although it requires improvements, which may be significantly important for our entrepreneurs.
The progress of worldwide vaccination during the second half of 2021 and the relaxation of imposed/stablished restrictions has allowed the pace of the economic recovery to intensify. From Equipo Económico (Ee), we consider that the increase in Spanish GDP could reach 6.3% in 2021 and 4.9% in 2022. Despite the strength of the expected short-term growth, the erosion of the economic structure as a result of the crisis will make it difficult for the volume of activity to reach the levels of potential GDP attained/achieved before the pandemic.
En este post se analiza la reciente medida introducida por la Ley 11/2021, de 9 de julio, de medidas de prevención y lucha contra el fraude fiscal, proyectada en el artículo 81.6 LGT, consistente en la posibilidad que tiene la Administración de acordar medidas cautelares durante la tramitación de determinados procedimientos de suspensión. Se trata de una medida muy controvertida, que va a provocar un incremento de la litigiosidad, y que lejos de convertirse en un instrumento de lucha contra el fraude, distorsiona el instituto de la suspensión, discriminando a aquellos contribuyentes que tienen una menor capacidad económica y que no pueden ofrecer garantías tasadas.