I have looked through the listings on this site but I am interested in getting a first hand recommendation for an accountant for a small business set up. I have been quoted at between 100 and 125 per month to set up as Autonomo and then been told this sounds expensive. I would like to hear from anyone who has set up a business and is happy with the price and more importantly the service from his/her accountant. I am in the Benidorm area but don't mind a journey if its for the best. Due to the rules on the forum I am not sure if you can post names so you may like to send an email. Many thanks
We have just come back from two weeks in Benidorm, where we have been looking at purchasing a caravan on Excalibur camp-site alfaz to settle down in Spain with our 12 year old son. Could someone please tell us about living on Excalibur, could anyone tell us about the new regulations regarding permanent fixtures on caravan plots for example sheds that have been turned into kitchens or bedrooms, laminate flooring etc. Thankyou very much Julie and Daveyou only live once if you live it right once is enought.
Does anyone know anything about claiming disability benefit from the Spanish social security system? I currently get DLA in the UK, and know that I can keep claiming it for a while during my travels in Spain, but if I become resident down in Spain, I would have to lose it. Could I then claim the Spanish version?Jo Dachey BA (Hons)
We are moving to SE Spain shortly and are looking for a finca/ cortijo maybe with outbuildings to renovate. Any ideas on specific areas or areas that seem to be cheaper than others. There seems to be property around Monovar and Pinoso, does anyone know of these towns and what they are like. Ive heard that prices are pretty stable at the moment and buyers can negotiate down. Is this correct? Thanks, TimTim
Can anyone tell me the law with regards this issue. An individual has just rented an apartment in our block and it appears they are using the place for the purposes of prostitution. This is causing great distress and alarm amongst the residents. Young women feel unsafe knowing "clients" may be about at any time of the day or night. The question is though, is there anything we can do about the situation? I understand that prostitution is not illegal as such but is there any sort of safe guard to ensure it is not carried out in residential areas? Any information please.
I have just become resident and have not completed a tax return form (although I believe that I will not have to pay tax as I have no income and not much in the Spanish bank). In previous years, as a non-resident, I have had a fiscal rep who did the tax for me but now I want to do it myself, can anyone tell me where I get a tax form from?Dee