Wednesday, August 08, 2012

Spain cracks down on expat income and taxes

Spain cracks down on expat income and taxes: A new ministerial order states that any EU citizen living in Spain for more than three months has to produce a job contract or documents confirming they have enough money to support themselves.

If they are jobless they must also show they are covered by health insurance. The decree, which potentially affects thousands of expats seeking a new life in the country, declares that Spain will now adopt a stricter interpretation of the ‘free movement’ principle.
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