Know the VAT tax applicable in Spain? Vives Pons Tax Advice tells you

VAT in Spain tax advisor Costa Blanca


Do you know the VAT applicable in Spain? Vives Pons Tax Advice in Denia and Costa Blanca gives you all the information and details about it. Let us inform you:

IVA is an indirect tax that fall upon consume and the consumer and taxes the purchase of goods, services provided by companies or professionals and the import of assets and services.

The IVA applicable area is limited to Spanish peninsular territory and the Balearic islands. The Canary Islands, Ceuta and Melilla are are excluded.


Spanish VAT percentage

Spanish VAT percentatges have changed since the 01st of September 2012, and are the following:

– General: 21% (this is applied with general character)

– Reduced: 10% y 4%

The 10% is applied to determined services and products, for example: products subject to human and animal nutritional use, water, products related to health, sports, public transport and catering trade, amongst others.

The 4% is applied to the following products: determined food such as bread, flour, cheese, eggs, fruit, vegetables….., to books, newspapers and magazines, and to medicine, amongst others.

Spanish IVA Declarations

Modelo 390 resumen anual del IVA

IVA is presented every three months by presenting the form “modelo 303”. Spanish companies are obliged to present declarations by electronic data transmission though the “Agencia Tributaria” (Spanish tax office) website.

Presentation time frames for IVA TAX in Spain:

  • 1st trimester: from the 01st to the 20th of April
  • 2nd trimester: from the 01st to the 20th of July
  • 3rd trimester: from the 01st to the 20th of October
  • 4th trimester: from the 01st to the 30th of January of the following year

Calculation method:

Declarations state the IVA reflected on invoiced issued and IVA paid on invoices received is deducted. This sets out two possibilities:

If the difference is positive: this amount is paid to the “Agencia tributaria” (Spanish tax office) via the company current account.
If the difference is negative, this amount can be compensated with the IVA payable in future declarations or the
reimbursement can be applied for in the following manners:

ANNUAL Reimbursement

If at the end of the year, in the 4th trimester declaration there is a negative result in favour of the company, the company can apply for the reimbursement via the “Agencia tributaria” (Spanish tax office) by duly presenting the form “modelo 303”. The administration usually proceeds to put this reimbursement in to effect within the following 6 months, approximately.

Monthly Reimbursement

There is a possibility of applying for the monthly reimbursement of IVA, the most regular are

Export companies that do not reflect IVA on their invoices due to the export of goods being exempt of IVA

For the rest of passive subjects registered at the monthly reimbursement registry.

VAT Tax Annual informative declaration

It Is a resumed declaration of the annual IVA and is of an informative character. The form “modelo 390” must be used and contain the total of operations carried out in the natural year. The presentation time frame is from the 01st to the 30th of January and is presented along with the 4th trimester.

Vives Pons: Your Tax Advisor in Spain and Costa Blanca

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If you need help with your business or your economy in Spain, trust in Vives Pons: we put a great team of architects project managers, Business law Lawyers, tax advisors and accountants at your disposition who will help to prevent and solve your problems and queries derived from your business activity in an efficient and effective manner.

Contact with Vives Pons. Telephone: 34 966 432 624. Mail:

Special Income Tax (IRPF) regime for workers displaced in Spain

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The Special Income tax Regime for workers displaced to Spanish territory has been amended considerably since its approval in 2005, this special regime is still in force and regulated by the Personal Income Tax Law. Vives Pons inform you about all details regarding this changes in the Special Income Tax.

Special Income Tax regime for workers displaced in Spain

The Special Income tax Regime for workers displaced to Spanish territory has been amended considerably since its approval in 2005, this special regime is still in force and regulated by the Personal Income Tax Law. Specifically, the conditions for its application can be found in Article 93 of the Income Tax Law.

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Said Special Regime was designed to attract executives and qualified foreign workplaces to Spain, as well as foreign athletes who came to reside in Spain for a certain period of time. This regime has had two modifications, specifically a modification in 2010 in which it established a maximum income limit so that it could apply the special regime of 600,000 euros and later in 2015 where foreign athletes are excluded from the special regime but it remains valid and may be applicable to other professionals and workers.

Conditions for the application of the Special IRPF Regime for foreign workers displaced to Spanish territory.

The article 93 of the Personal Income Tax Law foresees that individuals who acquire their tax residence in Spain as a result of their posting to Spanish territory, may choose to pay income tax or the IRNR during the tax period in which the change of the residence is made and during the following 5 tax periods, provided that the following conditions are met:

  • They have not been residents in Spain during the 10 years prior to their new displacement to Spanish territory.
  • The displacement to Spanish territory occurs as a result of an employment contract or when a job letter exists. One of the novelties introduced in 2015 is that it is not necessary for the employer to be Spanish, in other words, a foreign company may order to its worker to move to Spain, keeping the employment relationship in force.
  • For the application of the regime, the displaced worker must exercise his right of option by providing a communication form (form 149) as well as supplementary documentation that proves compliance with the conditions within six months from the start of the work activity for which the displacement took place.

Special IRPF Regime content for workers displaced to Spanish territory.

As a result of the application of the Special Regime for displaced workers, the first € 600,000 obtained by the worker or administrator due to employment income are taxed at a rate of 24% and above that amount at a rate of 45%.

Taxation is applied to all employment incomes, regardless of whether they are obtained abroad, which could lead to situations of double taxation on this type of incomes, which should be studied in a case-by-case basis.

Likewise, the capital returns obtained in Spain (dividends, interest, capital gains) will be taxed at 19% for the first € 6,000, between € 6,000 and € 50,000 at 21% and at 23% above € 50,000.


Vives Pons asesoría fiscal informa: modificaciones en el IRPF para trabajadores extranjeros en España

El IRPF para trabajadores desplazados a territorio español, es decir, para trabajadores extranjeros en España, ha sufrido importantes modificaciones. Vives Pons, tu asesoría fiscal en Denia y Costa Blanca, te informa.


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Modificaciones en el Impuesto de la Renta (IRPF) para extranjeros en España

El Régimen especial de IRPF para trabajadores desplazados a territorio español ha sufrido importantes modificaciones desde su aprobación en 2005, dicho régimen especial sigue vigente y regulado por la Ley del IRPF (Impuesto de la Renta de las personas físicas). En concreto, las condiciones para su aplicación se encuentran en el artículo 93 de la Ley de IRPF.

Dicho Régimen Especial estaba pensado para atraer a España directivos y puestos de trabajo cualificados extranjeros, así como, deportistas extranjeros que venían a residir a España por un periodo de tiempo determinado.

Este régimen ha tenido dos modificaciones, concretamente una modificación en el año 2010 en la que establecía un límite máximo de rentas para que pudiese aplicar el régimen especial de 600.000 euros y posteriormente en el año 2015 donde excluyen a los deportistas extranjeros del régimen especial pero sigue vigente y puede ser aplicable al resto de profesionales y trabajadores.

Condiciones para aplicar el régimen especial de IRPF para trabajadores extranjeros en España

El artículo 93 de la Ley de IRPF previene que las personas físicas que adquieran su residencia fiscal en España como consecuencia de su desplazamiento a territorio español, podrán optar por tributar por el IRPF o por el IRNR durante el período impositivo en que se efectúe el cambio de residencia y durante los 5 períodos impositivos siguientes, siempre que se cumplan las siguientes condiciones:

  • Que no hayan sido residentes en España durante los 10 años anteriores a su nuevo desplazamiento a territorio español.
  • Que el desplazamiento a territorio español se produzca como consecuencia de un contrato de trabajo o bien cuando exista carta de trabajo. Una de las novedades introducidas en 2015 es que no es necesario que el empleador sea español, es decir, que una empresa extranjera puede ordenar que su trabajador se desplace a España, manteniendo vigente la relación laboral.
  • Para la aplicación el régimen, el trabajado desplazado deberá ejercitar su derecho de opción aportando un formulario de comunicación (modelo 149) junto con la documentación complementaria que acredite el cumplimiento de las condiciones dentro de los seis meses desde que se produjo el inicio de la actividad laboral por la que tuvo lugar el desplazamiento.

Contenido del régimen especial de IRPF para trabajadores extranjeros en España

Como consecuencia de la aplicación del Régimen especial para trabajadores desplazados, los primeros 600.000 uuros obtenidos por el trabajador o administrador por rendimiento del trabajo tributan a un tipo de 24% y a partir de dicha cantidad a un tipo de 45%.

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La tributación se aplica sobre todos los rendimientos de trabajo obtenidos, con independencia de si los mismos se obtienen en el extranjero, lo que podría dar lugar a situaciones de doble tributación sobre este tipo de rentas, que deben ser estudiadas de manera particular en cada caso.Asimismo, los rendimientos de capital obtenidos en España (dividendos, intereses, ganancias de capital) tributarán al 19% para los primeros 6.000 €, entre 6.000 € y 50.000 € al 21% y al 23% a partir de 50.000 €.

A modo de ejemplo, una de las ventajas que el régimen provoca, por ejemplo, es que, los rendimientos por cesión a terceros de capitales propios obtenidos en otro Estado de la UE por el trabajador desplazado a España, no tributen ni en el país de la fuente por tratarse de un contribuyente residente en España, ni en el país de residencia -España- por aplicarse el régimen especial, en el que sólo se tributa por las rentas del trabajo (mundiales) y por las rentas de capital obtenidas en España.

Los contribuyentes del IRPF que opten por aplicar este régimen especial pueden solicitar el certificado de residencia fiscal en España.

Obligación tributaria para trabajadores extranjeros que se acojan al régimen especial de IRPF

El 21 de diciembre de 2015 se aprobó un nuevo modelo de declaración del IRPF del régimen especial de trabajadores desplazados a territorio español (modelo 151) adaptado al contenido del régimen vigente desde 1/1/2015.
La presentación de este nuevo modelo 151 se realizará solo por Internet, con certificado electrónico o Cl@ve PIN.

El nuevo régimen establecido desde 1/1/2015 para los trabajadores desplazados a territorio español establece la opción de tributar por el Impuesto sobre la Renta de no Residentes, con ciertas reglas especiales, manteniendo la condición de contribuyentes por el Impuesto sobre la Renta de las Personas Físicas durante el período impositivo en que se efectúe el cambio de residencia y durante los cinco períodos impositivos siguientes. Una vez pasado este período, si el trabajador continúa en España debe tributar por el IRPF, como cualquier otro contribuyente normal.

Vives Pons: contacto con tu asesoría fiscal en Denia y Marina Alta

Si necesitas más información sobre ésta u otras cuestiones relacionadas con el IRPF de trabajadores extranjeros en España u otras cuestiones en materia fiscal (impuestos), laboral o contable, el equipo de Vives Pons estará encantado de ayudarte. Estamos en la calle Pare Pere 9, en el centro de Dénia, junto a la Glorieta. Teléfono: 34 96 6432624 o en el mail:

¡Vives Pons: tu asesoría de confianza!

Vives Pons supports Benitachell Bowls Club sponsoring the Triples Classic again

Vives Pons & Asociados was enjoying an amazing day with Benitachell Bowls Club last weekend. We have been sponsoring the Triples Classic, which had a generous prize money. Finally the winners were Janet Neale, Annie Jones both BBC and Nick Cole, from Javea Green. All of them played over 2 days with 28 teams competing for the title, getting the trophy and the fantastic prize sponsoring by Vives Pons.Also, Runners-up were Derek & Lynn Eldon with Yvonne Briden (El Cid) and in third place, Maggie Lawley, Clive Langan and Yvonne Browne (BBC).

Vives Pons: Official Sponsor of Benitachell Bowls Club

Salvador Vives was in the cerimony to give the trophy and the fantastic prize. Vives was very grateful to the organization by trusting again in Vives Pons and pointed that Vives Pons going on supporting Benitachell Bowls Club in future. “For Vives Pons & Asociados has been a pleasure to share a fantastic time with our friends of Bowlings Benitachell. Many thanks for trusting in us and for your commitment”, said to them.


The importance of embracing change in your business in Spain

Income tax return in Spain and Costa Blanca

At Vives Pons & Asociados we know innovation cycles are a constant series of ripples tearing across all industries. Individually, these ripples are easy to miss but together they form a rising tide that transforms your industry before most of us know it is too late. The ripples are insidious. They start unnoticed around the edges, as free downloads, foreign websites, apps used by teens, high-end tools used by the corporate warriors. Innovation cycles start as a noise that is not crucial to your core business, but it is happening and it’s happening to your business.

Say goodbye to the status quo

You know what you’ve always done, but you may not know what needs to happen next. Efforts to preserve the status quo are merely putting your thumb in the digital disruption levee.

We have to embrace change and make new sense, from the business models we use to the technology solutions on which we design them. Like it or not, all business is now digital; the businesses that will lead tomorrow will be built on platforms that offer digital consumerization, cloud technology, mobility and data visualisation in real time.

Today a business leader needs to bet on a flexible cloud platform that scales as you grow and offers real-time mobile data, including live newsfeeds and notifications on your most important business metrics. Real-time data and precise KPIs enable you to make faster, better decisions every time (a topic I will discuss in my next post.)

More and more companies are also using cloud technology to automate their repetitive tasks. This gives them increased speed, flexibility, and efficiency and, perhaps most important of all, frees them to focus their creative energy and time on the core offerings that grow their business. Sage Live allows you to do exactly this.

Face digital disruption with cloud innovation

Built on the market-leading Salesforce engine, automates repetitive tasks, and seamlessly integrates with thousands of business apps on the Salesforce AppExchange. Every step of the way, our customer success team guides you through the process, from trying it out, to getting it up and running, to customising it to the unique needs of your business.

Vives Pons & Asociados offer you an International Integral Service. Our team is helping help you and your business in Spain and Costa Blanca for many years thanks a multidisplinary and qualified team. Trust in us for everything you need to become as an entrepreneur, to set up a business or to improve your settings in your company. Call us: 96 643 26 24 o emailing us:

Vives Pons & Asociados: Global Solutions for you and your business in Spain and Costa Blanca

Integral services, architecture, Legal and Tax in Spain and Costa Blanca

Vives Pons & Asociados is a multidisciplinary firm with more than 15 years of experience in legal and tax advisory services, as well as urban and architectural projects, building, conveyancing and Real Estate in Denia and Costa Blanca.

Since 1998 Vives Pons & Asociados has dealt with more than 5.500 clients from a variety of countries such as Spain, The United Kingdom, Germany, Holland, Norway, Denmark, France, Switzerland, Sweden, Portugal, United States, China, South Africa, Chile, Costa Rica and many more.

International Integral Services

We offer an integral service on an international scale, provided by highly qualified professionals in all areas, in the business and private client’s areas. From our offices in Denia, Vives Pons & Asociados, offers you the best service advice to support your investment, in Spain and worldwide.

You do not have to worry about anything, only to invest your time in those things which are most important to you, and for this you can count on a totally reliable team, with a full understanding and knowledge of the Spanish and the English systems, and with a wide experience in both jurisdictions.

Business law services, Accounting advise & architectural services

Our commitment with the business world allows us to offer you efficient and effective solutions, adding value to your company’s management and representing the interest of your business on every level.

In order to do this we put a great team of architects project managers, Business law Lawyers, tax advisors and accountants at your disposition who will help to prevent and solve your problems and queries derived from your business activity in an efficient and effective manner.

Our promise to provide the best quality service at Vives Pons & Asociados has helped us to gain and maintain the trust of hundreds of clients, Spanish and International.

How to keep on top of cash flow: 5 essential tips, by Vives Pons

Tips  to cash flow and set up a business in Spain and Costa Blanca

A drop in orders, a shortage of work, rising costs, slowing demand, weak margins. All these things can damage a small business. But ultimately, the only reason to board up the door and bring in the receivers is a lack of cash.

Setting up a Business in Spain and Costa Blanca

You started a business because you’re good at what you do. Many small businesses are, yet so many still fail. Tragically, many of them had plenty of customers and a strong order book, but ran out of cash, either because invoices were paid too late or the bank wouldn’t extend credit. To avoid that happening to you, follow these five tips for keeping on top of king cash.

Plan your cash flow

The worst thing for a business to do is believe it has no control over cash flow. Don’t leave it all to your customers. You can influence what jobs you take, how much you pay for materials and services and when you are paid. But you need to forecast and plan, and you need to learn to pull the right levers.

Do you know how much cash the business will have in a week, a month, three months or a year? If not, then you don’t know what sort of jobs are best to take. A big job might be more profitable – great if you have plenty of cash in the bank. But if you need cash in the next eight weeks and the job is four months long, you might be storing up trouble.

In truth, working with reliable, quick-paying clients can be better than working on big jobs, at least initially. If it means slightly slimmer profits, well, it’s better than not being able to pay yourself (or worse).

Keep bookkeeping up to date every day

Bookkeeping is a chore so easily put off, particularly if you’re the one doing most of the actual work. But if you don’t keep the books up to date, then cash flow will come back to bite you. You’ll kick yourself if you could have done something about a cash flow problem if only you’d known earlier.

Fortunately, there are tools available that take the grind out of bookkeeping and help you keep on top of it every day. Online bookkeeping software can be accessed from anywhere, so you can check and update it on your smartphone or tablet while out and about. Modern technologies mean there’s no reason to get behind with the books.

Invoice on time, get paid on time

Keeping your books up to date is the first step in making sure you get paid on time. The next is making sure you invoice as soon as you can. Software tools are now available to help small businesses automate much of the invoicing process, picking up data from purchase orders and drawing up customer details from your records.

If you’ve invoiced quickly, you can let your customers know when you expect to be paid. Some customers will run longer-than-standard payment terms, say 60 days. But there’s no reason not to remind them as soon as the invoice is overdue – or even just before it falls due. And try to persuade customers to pay by bank transfer rather than check, as it will speed up the process.

Keep the bank happy

Your bank accounts can be integrated with online bookkeeping software, making it easier to make quick cash flow decisions. Accidentally going over your overdraft limit can be a painful mistake. Being proactive will help you keep your bank onside and gain access to finances when you most need it.

Explore alternative financing options

If you know you’re going to need cash in the short term and renegotiating with the bank is out of the question, there are other forms of finance which are preferable to damaging your credit rating. Ask your customers if they’re interested in early payment discounts, as they might be looking to save money. Some clients will also offer invoice finance though a third party, while online markets will buy invoices from you and offer rapid access to cash, at a price.

Cash is the most important thing for any small business owner to master. Get it under control using these tips, and your business will be in a superb position to flourish and grow.

No matter what kind of work you do, if you want to succeed running small business you need to master the books.

Vives Pons offers you the best software for small businesses in the market. SageOne:

  • Easy to use, you don’t need to known accountancy.
  •  We include SageOne in our monthly fees.
  • You can make and email to your clients invoices and quotes.
  • Totally connected with Vives Pons.
  • Access with you mobile phone.
  • You can plan your own taxes quarterly.
  • Vives Pons help you to organize your business.

Please, ask us for a quote. We offer you good prices according to your needs. Vives Pons & Asociados offer you tax advice & tax planning.

Vives Pons & Asociados-Lawyers provides you the best Conveyance in Spain

Vives pons tax planning and conveyance in Costa Blanca

Vives Pons & Asociados has a team of specialist lawyers covering all aspects of law, focussing on either residents or international investors. We cover general and specialised areas of law, with a renowned experience in real estate, conveyanceinheritance and new business incorporations, especially in Spain and in the UK.

Property purchase package for residents and non-residents in Spain

Conveyance in Spain and Costa Blanca

Thanks to Vives Pons & Asociados, residents and non-residents Costa Blanca can get the best advice for business, property intermediation and conveyance in Spain. Actually, we provide them a very interesting property purchase package. Have a look to the conditions and included services:

Property Purchase Package

  • Preparation of a TOTAL COST estimate for the transaction, including taxes, notary and registry fees, etc.
  • Meeting with a LAWYER to explain the process and cost involved (notary and registry fees, taxes, NIE, etc.).
  • Meeting with an ACCOUNTANT to advise on fiscal obligations and the different Spanish and the Valencian Community taxes.
  • Checking for mortgage charges and outstanding utilities: land registry and building administrator searches; habitation certificates, building licences, etc.
    Checking ownership and Catastro status of the property.
  • Searching for liens, charges or encumbrances with the appropriate land registry.
    Drawing up a private contract for purchase-deposit-reservation and assistance at the signing.
  • As necessary, receipt of funds into our client account and onward transmission.
    Preparation of the title deeds and assistance with the signing at the notary’s office.
    Order and receipt of cheques for completion of the transaction.
  • Payment of taxes and registration of the title deeds with the corresponding land registry.
  • Change of title and setting up direct debits for utilities (water, electric, gas, etc.) local rates and taxes.
    Application for, and payment of, Plusvalía (local rate) tax.

Vives Pons & Asociados-lawyers: the best conveyance in Spain for your business and investment in Costa Blanca (

Contact with Vives Pons & Asociados-Lawyers by telephone (96 643 2624) or emailing us:

10 questions to ask yourself before starting your own business in Spain

Start-up a business in Spain and Costa Blanca

Deciding to go off on your own is no easy feat and it shouldn’t be a decision that is made overnight. People choose to start their own small businesses for a number of reasons, often taking a huge risk in order to make their dream a reality. Afterwards you’ll have consider several points which accounting companies as Vives Pons will be able to advice offering integral services for business. But, don’t worry: one step at a time!

Because there is so much at stake, it’s important to know exactly what you’re getting in to and more importantly, if you have what it takes. We’ve compiled this list of 10 questions that every aspiring entrepreneur should ask and answer honestly before quitting their job and starting their own venture in Spain and Costa Blanca.

Do I enjoy a challenge?

As an entrepreneur, you’ll be faced with numerous challenges, many of which will be ones you’ve never had to deal with before. You need to ask yourself how you normally react when things get tough and you’re faced with trying times or situations. If challenges make you want to run in the opposite direction and avoid them at all costs, then you should think long and hard before taking the plunge. On the other hand, if they excite you and motivate you, then you’re off to a great start.

Am I a self-starter?

As we’ve mentioned in the past, part of the appeal of becoming an entrepreneur is the fact that you get to be your own boss – this can either be a blessing or a curse. When you’re running your own business, there won’t be a manager or boss telling you what to do or peering over your shoulder. You’ll be responsible for motivating yourself and getting things going, so if you’re prone to procrastination, then you’ll likely need all the help you can get.

Am I passionate about what I’m going to be doing?

Pursuing your own business dreams takes focus, hard work and long-term commitment, and the reality is, that if you’re not passionate about what you’re doing, then it’s much harder to have the right attitude. Believing in what you’re doing or offering is a great motivator and the easiest way to secure success.

How am I at handling the unknown?

When you go out on your own, you’ll be entering new territory and possibly one with which you are not very familiar. You’ll be faced with issues and decisions you may never have been faced with in the past, and this is scary for some. If you see handling the unknown as an exciting challenge and you’re good at thinking on your feet, then you’re likely to be fine as you embark on your own business journey in Spain and Costa Blanca.

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Am I a creative problem solver?

Entrepreneurs need to be able to think out of the box, especially when it comes to finding solutions to problems. If you lack problem-solving skills and go into a blind panic whenever you’re faced with a complication, then you need to decide whether or not having your own business is really the right way to go.

Is my idea profitable?

If the first step is to believe in your business idea, then the second is to be sure that it can make you money. Any time someone starts their own business, they run the risk of it not working out, but you can be sure that they knew right from the beginning that there was a need for their service or product, hence making it likely to be profitable. Thorough research and extensive testing has to be conducted beforehand to ensure that the idea you’re on to (as well as how you end up marketing it), is in fact one that can bring home the bacon.

What is my USP (unique selling point)?

When you first enter your particular market, chances are you’ll be met by lots of competition. The key then is to differentiate yourself and your product from the rest. Having a solid marketing plan in place will help to ensure that you do that successfully and that you prove to potential customers that you can do it better than anyone out there.

Have I adequately assessed the financial risks involved?

There are of course many risks that go hand-in-hand with starting your own business, one of which is financial. You need to be as prepared as possible from a money point of view before taking the plunge and this will only be possible if you thoroughly analyse what the risks are beforehand. Having access to funds is part of it because you need to feel confident that no matter what happens, especially in the beginning stages, you will be ok financially.

Do I have a solid foundation from which to launch my business?

Many entrepreneurs start working on their own projects months before they actually quit their day jobs, so as to give themselves time to save and prepare for the journey ahead. Ensuring you have a solid foundation by the time you start your own business is vital, and this includes having a clear business plan in place, as well as adequate funding and defined business goals, to name but a few things. Only once everything is in place, should you then quit your job to become a full-time entrepreneur.

Am I ready to take full responsibility for everything?

When you’re the one at the helm of a business that usually means that the buck starts and ends with you. Basking in its success is something every entrepreneur enjoys, but with the good, comes the bad as well. This means that you’ll be taking the credit when things go right, but then you’ll also be held accountable when things go wrong. Ultimately, when you own your business, you need to be ready to shoulder responsibility across the board.

Choosing to start your own business in Costa Blanca (Spain) can be overwhelming and wonderful at the same time. It takes great planning, dedication and laying of the groundwork beforehand if a business is to succeed, so it pays to know exactly what you’re getting into before you take that brave leap. If the answers to the above questions are generally positive and enthusiastic, then you’ll know you’ll be giving yourself the best possible start to something hopefully great.

While you’re doing that, Vives Pons & Asociados accountants in SpainCosta BlancaDenia together with Sage One will be there making sure that all your online accounting and tax planning needs are taken care of.

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Vives Pons sponsoring The Benitachell Bowls Club 2015 Masters Competition

The Benitachell Bowls Club 2015 Master Competition, sponsored by Vives Pons & Asociados, came to a close after 4 excellent days of bowling with sunshine throughout. This competition is arguably the best format on the Costa Blanca with teams of five playing all four disciplines over 4 days – the first two days with singles and rinks followed by the last two days of triples and pairs.

The winners


Grate organization of the tournement! Vives Pons & Asociados is as grateful as proud for sponsoring the Benitachell Bowls Club, an example of a fantastic group of people and fair players Thanks for all.

Services for you and your business

Remember that Vives Pons also offer a wide range of business consulting services, such as fiscal and Tax advise, start up and planning advice in Costa Blanca, Spain, accounting services, formation of limited companies, and much more.

In addition, he Vives Pons architectural studio located in Spain offers a wide range of services with our architects team, for both your personal and business needs, such as feasibility studies, elaboration of architecture projects and cost estimation, quality control, hygiene and safety reports, demolitions, renovations, extensions, document management, and much.