We are happy to introduce Juan Martínez speach about Digital Nomads. We will talk about how to get the legal benefits for those businessmen working in Spain with income abroad.
During the last years, Malaga and costa del sol has received many entrepreneurs, directors, digital nomads, employees and investors making the region very attractive for international all size groups (from Vodafone google but also medium size companies as well as small but fast growing and promising start ups).
Many different tax and legal rules has been applied in the past to try to optimize and make it cost efficient. However, since the approval of different pieces of legislation, a new more friendly tax and legal frame might be available for those who want to set up a business, move or not to Spain but mainly work for foreign markets.
However, despite the new rules approval, a lot of uncertainty has arise in the detail and formalities of this new rules which may jeopardize the tax and legal benefits or even create double taxation or legal risk
This is why, we have organize a different series of events to try to share how to address those obstacles along the way.
This Tuesday the 7th we will start with the following topic: Digital Nomads: tax and legal aspectds to bear in mind in Spain but also the home (other) country(ies).
Juan Martinez, partner of the International team at Grant Thornton in Spain will guide us with those recent news, describe how those may affect individual, entrepreneurs and self employed when doing business in, from, Spain.
Juan is a lawyer by background but practising International tax and legal services for more than 2 decades. He has been in Deloitte, EY and now at Grant Thornton assisting (together with his team) in crossborder investments as well as people mobility in and out Europe/Americas/APAC/LATAM.
Some other related items like start-up tax and legal news, impatriation aspects, how to do business in Spain, etc will be brought into the main topic as well.