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More taxes: the day after

Cinco Días

Saturday 2nd of March 2019

Even though citizens are used to an extensive, complex and ever-changing tax legislation, it does not mean that the latest fluctuations in the tax landscape, worthy of the best thriller, are any less excessive. These changes hinder the possibility of seeking a correct financial planning, even in the short and medium term, which undoubtedly harms our competitiveness.

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Budgets empty of a coherent taxation policy

Expansión

Wednesday 16th of January 2019

In the General State Budget Bill for 2019, the Government ratifies the anticipated tax changes a few months ago, which are already generating negative consequences for the Spanish economy by virtue of its announcement effect.

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Three tricks in the imposition of taxes announced about companies

El Confidencial

Friday 23rd of November 2018

The Government has publicized several draft laws on tax content, which will be completed with the budget bill for 2019, including upward changes in Corporate Tax. The explicit intention of this tax adventure is the financing of reckless public spending in domestic and European terms. The changes are not true, because they need parliamentary maneuvers that are not discussed here.

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What is in the future for the tax on electricity?

Cinco Días

Friday 21st of September 2018

Just a few days ago we echoed about the controversy that the Constitutional Court and the Supreme Court were holding on account of the tax on the value of electricity production (IVPEE), when we breakfasted with the struggle between Partido Popular and the Government for being the one that would sooner plead for its suppression. If even political rivals agree that it is tax figure contrary to general interests, and that has boosted the price of electricity in Spain, there is little chance of survival in the short term.

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Electricity faces The Supreme and Constitutional Courts

Expansión

Thursday 13th of September 2018

The Supreme and Constitutional courts maintain discrepancies regarding the Tax on the Value of Production of Electric Energy (IVPEE), which taxes the income obtained by electricity producers.The first estimates that this double taxation is unconstitutional, while the second believes otherwise. The next Supreme Court's judgment may provoke unforeseen legal surprises.

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