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Domiciliations in the Canary Islands

Lawyer Rolando Pace - Las Palmas de Gran Canaria
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The domicile is a fundamental notion in the area of European and international tax planning. This connection point makes it possible to adopt measures that allow maximum fiscal savings, both global and lasting.

Corporate domiciliation is a service offered to companies, businesses, freelancers, entrepreneurs or simply to those who work from home, it allows you to use the address of our firm to receive mail and packages or to use our firm as the registered or commercial office of any company.

In other words establishing domicile of companies here implies being subject to the tax legislation of Canary Islands, the place where they were registered, that will allow them to make use of the local tax system, both for companies and for individuals, which is very advantageous.

In addition to an advantageous tax system for companies, Canary Islands are known for two free zones, Tenerife and Gran Canaria, which are ideal for the registration of companies included in the territories of these islands.

The meaning of free zone is very relevant, because it concerns areas where no direct or indirect taxes are applied on goods, starting from raw materials to finished products, passing through semi-finished products.

Thanks to the two free zones of Gran Canaria and Tenerife, entrepreneurial and manufacturing activities, both for foreign and internal trade, are widely encouraged by virtue of the greater competitiveness determined by the absence of taxes on products.

  • Commercial and postal domiciliation;
  • Professional domiciliation;
  • Representations, including the fiscal one, of natural or legal persons.

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