Tax planning and savings for self-employed workers

In the world of self-employment, there is a key date that repeats four times a year. A date that is branded for life in your tax calendar: the return of Value-Added Tax (VAT). As if it were the sword of Damocles, the tax Agency reminds you, every quarter-end, that your turn to file your tax returns together with the rental income taxes has arrived. Therefore, how do you need to plan things in order to avoid this becoming a nightmare?

Oriol Garcia Farré
  1. Lluís UrpíLluís Urpí says:
  2. alicia Coiduras Charlesalicia Coiduras Charles says:

    Que bé ho has explicat ,en serio
    Gracies6m’ha quedat clarissim

    • Oriol Garcia FarréOriol Garcia Farré says:

      Moltes gràcies, Alícia. Seguim aportant valor i coneixement a La Plaça!

      1 month ago
  3. Joan Santacruz CarlúsJoan Santacruz Carlús says:
  4. Mercè ComasMercè Comas says:

    Perfecte! Això sí que és explicar bé el famós IVA a un autònom novell i també al client que paga la fra. El 21% no se l´embutxaca el venedor o prestador del servei, al contrari, li ocasiona una despesa si li fa un gestor

    • Oriol Garcia FarréOriol Garcia Farré says:

      Mercè, es pot dir més alt, però més clar! Gràcies pel comentari i ens veiem per La Plaça.

      1 month ago
  5. EduMC

    Que bé i amb quina senzillesa ho expliques!!

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