All you need for your U.S. Tax Return and FBAR.
- Individual Tax Returns.
- Corporate Returns.
- Application for ITIN.
- Formation of LLC.
Accounting and Spanish taxes in Madrid and Barcelona
Don’t forget the deadline for tax submission. Check our calendar regularly!
U.S. Citizen Services
The Consular Section of the U.S. Embassy in Madrid, the U.S. Consulate General in Barcelona, and five Consular Agencies located in cities around Spain provide consular services to the approximately 1,300,000 American tourists that visit Spain each year and to the over 90,000 U.S. citizens who are residing in Spain.
Notarial services at the Embassy in Madrid are available by appointment only. Make an appointment using our online calendar. Please, click here:
American Club of Madrid
The American Club of Madrid means business! Join us to network with professionals living in Madrid. Did you know only 40% of our members are American? Another 40% are Spanish and the remaining 20% are other nationalities. Our events are designed to give you the opportunity to meet like-minded professionals, to network, to grow your business and social contacts, and to LEARN from the pros! Contact: Paseo de la Habana, 9 – Madrid. Phone: 912 986 163
American Women’s Club of Madrid
The American Women’s Club of Madrid is a social and charitable organization. A diverse offering of activities are held both in the club and in the Madrid area. Activities cover a spectrum of interests, including social, cultural, historical, charity and well-being. These events may weekly, monthly or around special times of the year such as holidays.
Most of the activities and money-raising projects are centralized at the Clubhouse. Light lunches and snacks are available. Moreover, the Clubhouse functions as a home away from home for those Americans and others who are now living here, temporarily or permanently. It is a warm and friendly spot and aids in making life in Spain more interesting and fun.
The Clubhouse is located at:
Plaza de la República del Ecuador 6
28016 Madrid, España
Phone: 91 457 1108
Mobile Phone: 636 863 923
Clubhouse hours: Mon – Fri 10am to 4pm.
P2P Finance, (P2P standing for ¨peer to peer¨) helps clients design strategies to maintain and increase their financial wealth through non-bank, alternative finance solutions and achieve reasonable returns on their savings. We emphasize short-term, low-volatility, non-stock market, predictable instruments such as P2P lending, factoring, trade finance, mortgage-secured loans, and investments in asset-backed loans and bonds rather than volatile unsecured, exchange-listed securities.
Contact: James Levy – Gran Via, 59 10º – Madrid # Tel. +34 609 737 757
The Dean of English-Language Publications in Spain.
Financial institutions are reporting a number of challenges over compliance with new OECD requirements related to the automatic exchange of information (AEOI) on client bank accounts in foreign jurisdictions, exacerbated by problems complying with the US Foreign Account Tax Compliance Act (FATCA) requirements, according to Aberdeen Group The study, based on responses from 100 financial […]
Dickinson Wright tax Blog USA August 15 2016 The IRS has signaled its intention to tighten the thumb screws a bit further on the reporting of foreign bank accounts, in recently published Announcement 2016-27. Under the so-called FATCA (Foreign Account Tax Compliance Act) regulations, to avoid imposition of a 30% US withholding tax, the IRS […]
Wilmington, Mass. (August 19, 2016) By Michael Cohn Less than half of filings for the Foreign Account Tax Compliance Act have been accurate, according to a new survey. The survey, conducted by the Aberdeen Group on behalf of the software company Sovos Compliance, polled leaders at 100 different financial institutions and found that only 44 […]
U.S. Tax Information Session in Madrid with the ACM – American Club of Madrid We will have a sort presentation on the following issues: Spanish and US taxes for US citizens who are residents in Spain. Tax Treaty on no-double taxation. Current situation and future of the Foreign Bank Account Report (FinCEN Form 114.) The […]