By Raymundo Larraín Nesbitt
Director of Larraín Nesbitt Lawyers
16th of January 2018
The explosive two-digit year-on-year growth on rental income we have witnessed over the last years in Spain has brought a huge demand for professional holiday-home rental accounting services. This is hardly surprising given how Spain overtook the US in 2017 as the world’s second biggest holiday destination.
Our law firm offers a bespoke rental income accounting service for both legal and physical non-resident landlords.
Our team of dedicated lawyers and economists will file and lodge your quarterly tax forms for a very competitive fee. Because of how admin intensive this procedure is, and the need for specialized tax software, landlords should not realistically hope to complete it on their own without attracting fines & penalties.
The most interesting part of our accounting service is that, following new regulation, we bring down non-resident landlord tax bills by 40% on applying for landlord tax relief (on average). So, owners who rent properties out in Spain (whether long or short-term) and hire us, save quite a bunch in taxes.
We take the stress off your taxation freeing you up, so you can relax and spend more time enjoying what you value in life most.
Our Holiday Rentals Accounting Service (HRAS) offers all the following advantages for a low fee:
Larraín Nesbitt Lawyers, small on fees, big on service.
Larraín Nesbitt Lawyers is a law firm specialized in taxation, inheritance, conveyancing, and litigation. We will be very pleased to discuss your matter with you. Please contact us for a free initial consultation. You can contact us by e-mail at email@example.com, by telephone on (+34) 951 894 675 or by completing our contact form.
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