BCN Business Services is an English-speaking consultancy firm supporting international companies, investors, and entrepreneurs in Spain. BCNBS offers a full range of legal, tax and payroll services that cover all essential administrative business needs for setting up and running representations, subsidiaries, or Spanish limited companies.
All you need to establish and develop your business in Spain
When arriving in Spain, you need to make sure your papers are in order. Tax Numbers, Social Security Registration, Permits or Licenses, we can help.
Setting up your business through a Subsidiary or Spanish Limited Company. We will guide you through the process quickly and efficiently.
Four levels of Government, all of them with their own taxes, procedures and systems. Sounds complicated? A reliable partner is key.
Corporate tax and compliance for resident and non-resident companies. We will find the most efficient fiscal structure for your circumstances.
Hiring and firing in Spain can be tricky. Make sure you get it right with legal and administrative support compliant with rules and regulations.
Get the best coverage for your business risk exposure. We partner with international insurance brokers that know what you need.
Real Estate Services
When renting or buying a property, professional support avoides unpleasant surprises
As a first or second home, investment or tourist offering, Spain remains a highly attractive real estate market, but mind the details.
It is important to be well advised regarding procedures, contracts and legislation involved. Our real estate lawyers are there to assist you.
If you invest €500.000 or more, the Golden Visa rule may apply, and you can get your permanent residency permit at the same time.
Some important things that you will certainly need when coming to Spain
A digital ID is an absolute must as public services are increasingly restricting presential and paper based interaction.
What is the right bank account to get and how to go about it? We can also open accounts remotely with a Power of Attorny or mandate.
Spanish authorities may request sworn translation or homologation of documents. Foreign shareholders may require bilingual deeds.