Company Setup - formation - incorporation - administration

De Micco & Friends is the leading law and tax firm for company setup, formation, incorporation and company admisistration in Spain.

Discover the advantages of using a single provider for all your business needs in Spain. We're aware that many of our clients face language and cultural issues when setting up their business in Spain. That's why De Micco & Friends is built around filling all your needs in your language.

More than a legal setup

At De Micco & Friends business setup law firm, we not only care for the legal company setup but we also provide entrepreneurs with the strategic guidance they need to build a successful business. Our attorneys work closely with clients and our auditors to review their plans, discuss their goals and evaluate their potential liability. Then, we offer practical legal advice and a full solution tailored to your unique needs.

In Mallorca and all Spain you will get a full company set up for a flat fee.

Here you can download the guide "Company Formation, Business Set Up in Spain".

Spanish SL, founded and ready for use

De Micco & Friends offers already founded, ready to use registered companies, including internet address (Domain), eMail, post address, administrator (lawyer), Spanish bank account and Spanish tax number as a package. The companies are 100% clean and never used. 100% of the shares are available. You can be operative with your own Spanish limited company within 24 hours.

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Criterias, Consulting

  • Consulting and evaluation regarding business and industry
  • Tax situation, implications and optimization
  • Shareholder structures and needs
  • Expansion plans
  • Sales- and Exit strategies
  • Branches, international activities
  • Holding / Trust structures
  • Offshore/Onshore structures...

Company Registration Procedures in Spain

In general terms, to acquire legal status and start any economic activity in Spain, the following procedural formalities are necessary:

  • Registration of the company name. You must apply for a certificate issued by the Central Commercial Registry (Registro Mercantil Central), confirming that the name you intend to use is not already registered.
  • Apply for your C.I.F (company tax identification code) at the tax office (Delegación de Hacienda).
  • Deposit the capital into a bank account in the company’s name; the amount of capital will depend upon the type of corporation you intend to set up. e.g. for a limited liability company, minimum deposit will be € 3,005.06.
  • Deed of incorporation. The founding partners, when applicable, shall sign the constitution deed for the business before a notary in Spain. The name certification, the C.I.F. and bank receipt justifying that the deposit has been done will be required.
  • Payment of the transfer tax at the tax office of the province where the company has incorporated. Deed of incorporation and C.I.F. will be required. The amount to pay is 1% of the company capital share.
  • Registering the company at the Corporate Registry (Registro Mercantil), it shall be done once the transfer tax has been paid. Deed of incorporation will be required. Any company interested in doing business with a Spanish corporation may consult the Corporate Registry in order to seek accurate information about that corporation.
  • Formal Declaration to start the activity of the company shall be filed before the Spanish Tax Office (Delegación de Hacienda), which shall contain the tax system for which the company will be liable.
  • The company will be liable for the Spanish Tax on Economic Activity. It will be necessary to enter the company in the Tax Office (Delegación de Hacienda) for that purpose. The Spanish Tax Office will ask for the company details: description of the activity to be carried out, start date of the activity, description of the business premises; an official activity code will be allocated to enable your company pay this tax.
  • Registration of the company at the Social Security General Treasurership.
  • The company’s director with direct control of the society shall join the Autonomous workers’ special system.
  • It is necessary that your company acquires the “libro de matrí­cula“. This book will log personnel registration as well as the visits that Labour Inspectors (Inspección de trabajo) pay to the work centre.
  • Communication of the opening of the work center or resumption of economic activity, it must be filed before the Regional Work Authorities Office (Dirección Provincial de Trabajo).
  • You must apply for the opening license at the Spanish Town Council (Ayuntamiento). You will be required to present the premises map and its general location, description of the company activity and receipt of local tax payment.
  • Depending on the kind of company, tax books (libros contables) may be required.
  • Declaration of foreign investments in Spain. Foreign investments assigned to set up a company in Spain shall be declared to the Spanish Investments Register (Registro de Inversiones) of the Tax and Economy Ministry (Ministerio de Economí­a y Hacienda). Declaration will be made ex post, unless the investment source is considered a fiscal haven by Spanish legislation. Investors may be required to present addtional documentation.

Business formation is often the first major step for entrepreneurs establishing new companies, since your business structure can be used to secure financing, executives and other major pillars holding up a company. De Micco & Friends helps you to get a solid business structure in place so that you can provide your organization with the best possible chance of success.

Please contact us for further information.
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