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¡Ya están aquí las ayudas para empresas y autónomos en las Islas Baleares y puedes recibir hasta 500.000 € a fondo perdido!

¡Ya están aquí las ayudas para empresas y autónomos en las Islas Baleares y puedes recibir hasta 500.000 € a fondo perdido! El Estado ha dispuesto una importante partida de fondos y las Comunidades Autónomas son las encargadas de hacerlos llegar a empresas y trabajadores.

Si has sufrido una minoración de tu facturación que alcance un 30% o más en 2020 con respecto al año anterior, puedes recibir tu ayuda.

¿Tienes dudas? No te preocupes, en Moya & Emery te ayudamos en la tramitación de todas las ayudas que te pertenecen y lo hacemos todo por ti.

¿Quieres saber más de las ayudas? Mira este vídeo del socio y gerente de Moya & Emery, Nicolás Emery, explicando la norma balear que pone en marcha estas ayudas, sus destinatarios, las condiciones de su concesión, los plazos para solicitarlas.

Y no dudes en ponerte en contacto con nosotros en cualquiera de nuestras oficinas de Palma – 971728010 – o Calvià – 971132359 – o a través del correo electrónico emery@moyaemery.com


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Nuevas medidas aprobadas por el Consejo de Gobierno balear sobre niveles de alerta sanitaria, modificación del plan de medidas de prevención frente al Covid-19 y prórroga de medidas expecionales de contención de la pandemia.

Hoy desde Moya & Emery te acercamos dos recientes normas aprobadas en Consejo de Gobierno que vienen a modificar los niveles de alerta sanitaria en las Islas Baleares, modifican también el plan de medidas de prevención contra el Covid-19, y prorrogan y modifican las medidas de prevención excepcionales aplicables de forma temporal a las islas:

  • Acuerdo del Consejo de Gobierno de 21 de mayo de 2021 por el que se establecen los niveles de alerta sanitaria a aplicar en cada una de las islas, se modifica puntualmente el Acuerdo del Consejo de Gobierno de 7 de mayo de 2021, por el cual se aprobó el nuevo Plan de Medidas de Prevención, Contención y Coordinación para Hacer Frente a la Crisis Sanitaria Ocasionada por la COVID-19 y se establecen medidas excepcionales de prevención del contagio de la COVID-19 aplicables temporalmente a las islas, aquí en versión pdf
  • Acuerdo del Consejo de Gobierno de 17 de mayo de 2021 por el que se prorrogan y modifican las medidas excepcionales establecidas mediante Acuerdo del Consejo de Gobierno de 5 de mayo de 2021 para prevenir y contener la pandemia ocasionada por la COVID-19 durante el mes de mayo de 2021, aquí en versión pdf

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Important information for British citizens who wish to enter Spain

The Embassy of Spain to the United Kingdom would like to clarify that UK nationals who were legally residing in Spain before 1 January 2021, and as such are beneficiaries of the Withdrawal Agreement, can prove their residence status when entering Spain while entry restrictions remain in place by presenting any one of the following documents:

  • Residence card issued under Article 18.4 of the Withdrawal Agreement (the TIE) – ‘la tarjeta de identidad de extranjero (TIE)’.​
  • Temporary or permanent EU residence certificate (green certificate) – ‘el certificado de registro de ciudadano de la Unión’ (tarjeta verde).​
  • Residence card as a family member of an EU citizen – ‘la tarjeta de familiar de ciudadano de la Unión’.​​
  • Receipt of application to exchange an EU residence certificate (green certificate) or residence card as a family member of an EU citizen for the new TIE (residence card issued under Article 18.4 of the Withdrawal Agreement) – ‘el resguardo de expedición de la tarjeta de identidad de extranjero (TIE) o de la tarjeta de familiar de ciudadano de la Unión’.
  • Confirmation of the positive outcome of your residence application from the Immigration Office – ‘la resolución favorable de reconocimiento como beneficiario del Acuerdo de Retirada emitida por la Oficina de Extranjería competente’.

It is possible to request proof of beneficiary of the Withdrawal Agreement on line, through the Mercurio application:
https://sede.administracionespublicas.gob.es/mercurio/inicioMercurio.html


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Nicolás Emery tratando el Impuesto sobre el Patrimonio, en Ràdio Calvià FM

El abogado y economista Nicolás Emery, aprovechó el último consultorio jurídico en Radio Calvià FM para, antes de dedicarse al tema principal elegido, hacer una serie de recordatorios importantes a los obligados a presentar declaración en esta campaña de la renta 2020 (perceptores del ingresos mínimo vital, perceptores de ingresos de 2 o más pagadores, en especial los trabajadores que hayan estado en ERTE), así como a todos los empresarios afectados por la pandemia del COVID19 con derecho a solicitar las ayudas para la solvencia aprobadas por el Gobierno, que ya pueden empezarse a tramitarse.

Una vez entrado en el tema principal del día–el IMPUESTO SOBRE EL PATRIMONIO– el socio y gerente de @Moya & Emery hizo un repaso genérico de las características de este polémico impuesto, de los obligados a presentar declaración, de los mínimos exento de tributación, de las diferencias y bonificaciones existentes en las distintas comunidades autónomas en nuestro país, y de la necesidad de estar bien asesorado a la hora de presentarlo, etc.


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Pide cita previa en Moya & Emery para presentar tu declaración del impuesto sobre la renta – Campaña de la Renta 2020

Moya & Emery te ayuda a presentar tu declaración de la renta 2020. Es fácil: sólo tienes que concertar cita previa con nosotros y eso puedes hacerlo a través de:

  • whatsapp (escanea el código qr o sigue este enlace en tu móvil)
  • teléfono en el 971 728 010 (oficina de Palma) o en el 971 132 359 (oficina de Palmanova – Calvià)
  • correo electrónico en info@moyaemery.com

Desde 30 € podrás disfrutar de nuestro servicio para presentar tu renta, ahora también de forma telemática, que incluye la descarga de tus datos fiscales, la comprobación de su exactitud y la presentación de declaración en plazo voluntario. (* se excluyen las rentas con actividades profesionales *).

Y apunta las siguientes fechas de la campaña de la renta 2020 en tu calendario:



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Reminder to United Kingdom nationals travelling to the European Union and Schengen area member states

United Kingdom nationals travelling to the European Union and Schengen Area Member States are already going through a lot of changes, including additional checks at ports of entry, and even entry restrictions which have been imposed on third countries amid COVID-19.

Frequent travellers to the block and the borderless zone will soon face another struggle – a limited period of permitted stay within the block.

Under the Schengen Area rules of stay for third-country citizens, non-EU citizens entering the territory under the visa-free regime can stay for a maximum of 90 days, for every 180 days.

Those who overstay this period – intentionally or unintentionally – may face penalties, including deportation and entry bans.

90/180 DAYS-OF-STAY RULE EXPLAINED

The 90/180 days rule may be confusing to many, in particular for Britons, who so far did not have to worry about how long they were staying in another EU or Schengen associated country.

Every third-country citizen travelling to the Schengen Area under the visa-free entry regime is permitted to stay for a period of a total of 90 days, in any 180 days.

The 180-day period keeps rolling, thus, anytime a traveller wishes to enter the Schengen zone, he/she just have to count backwards the last 180 days, and see if they have been present in the Schengen Zone for more than 90 days throughout that period.

Often, travellers are confused by this rule and fail to calculate how long they are permitted to remain in the EU, or they believe that overstaying is not a big deal. Yet, overstaying has its consequences, which often may be quite harsh.

Check the EU Period of Stay Calculator for British Citizens to find out how long you can stay in the EU.

WHAT CONSEQUENCES WILL BRITONS FACE FOR OVERSTAYING IN EU?

The consequences that a British national may face for staying in the EU longer than permitted depend a lot on the country where he/she is caught overstaying, as well as the number of days overstayed.

Since there is no common policy for penalties for overstayers, the Member States may apply the penalties differently, some by being softer and other harsher, like for example Germany.

Despite their differences, in general, the Member States apply the following penalties on those caught overstaying, including on Britons staring from this year:

  • Deportation – All third-country citizens caught overstaying the number of permitted days of stay in the EU are immediately forced to leave the block. Some of the countries will imprison overstayers and deport them by themselves, while others will give overstayers a certain period of hours or days to leave.
  • Fines – One of the most common penalties for overstaying in the Schengen Area is being fined with an amount of money, though the fees vary from one country to another. Fines are applied alongside with deportation and are not a substitute for it. They may often be followed with an entry ban too.
  • Difficulties in returning to the Schengen – Almost every deported person will face difficulties to travel back to the Schengen Area. They will face prolonged border checks upon entry and may even be turned back or banned from entering for a certain period.
  • Entry ban – Usually the Member States ban from entering only those who have overstayed for a longer period. Bans are applied for a period of three years or even more.

Despite the consequences listed above, some travellers may not be subject to any of them, in particular those who cannot travel for a strong reason that can be proved.


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Moya & Emery training sessions for First Mallorca real estate

A few days ago, Neus Lafuente, from Moya & Emery, finished one of the periodic training sessions carried out for the staff of the FIRST MALLORCA real estate agency. In this case, the training was directed to Rentals department. An analysis was carried out of the modification of LAW 29/1994 OF NOVEMBER 24 ON URBAN LEASING (LAU) carried out on March 5, 2019, which entered into force on March 6, 2019. A modification that affects the terms and extensions of the rental contracts, the right to terminate the contract, the increase in rent because of improvements, the expenses of the parties and the bond.

Specifically, references were also made to the following aspects:

• Modification of the terms and extensions of the contracts: Currently it is 5 years in natural persons, 7 in legal persons; extendable annually for 3 more years. If the time is not stipulated in the contract, it is understood that it is 1 year, and the minimum time without compensation that the tenant is is 6 months, from there with an anticipation of 30 days he can withdraw from it;
• Rights and obligations of both parties to the rental contract.
• Of the rent, the guarantee and the deposit: their legal maximums and the differences between these concepts;
• The legally established distribution of expenses;
• The most common abusive terms that can be found in a lease contract;
• The minimum and mandatory requirements that must appear in a lease contract;
• On express evictions and the suspension of evictions until May 9, 2021 because of Coronavirus new regulations
• Taxation of rental contracts.


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Nueva convocatoria de AYUDAS del Consell de Mallorca al sector de los EVENTOS (feriantes, organizadores de bodas, eventos deportivos, MICE, balnearios y baños) y a la RESTAURACIÓN (iii), disponibles desde mañana 21 feb

El Consell de Mallorca ha presentado una nueva convocatoria extraordinaria de AYUDAS para paliar los efectos del Covid-19 con el objetivo de minimizar las consecuencias negativas de la pandemia y reactivar la economía de la isla, en este caso dirigidas:

  • Al sector de los EVENTOS: que incluye a feriantes, organizadores de eventos (bodas, MICE, deportes), balnearios y baños de Mallorca.
  • De nuevo, al sector de la RESTAURACIÓN (la tercera convocatoria de ayudas hasta la fecha para el sector):  restaurantes, bares, cafeterías, heladerías

En ambos casos, la solicitud de dichas ayudas podrá ser realizada a partir de mañana domingo 20 de febrero. Puedes acceder al BOIB con la convocatoria de las bases y requisitos para acceder a las ayudas de la actividad EVENTOS (aquí) y RESTAURACIÓN iii (aquí).

Y recuerda, puedes pedir cita con Moya & Emery y en nuestras oficinas te informaremos de las convocatorias disponibles y te guiaremos en el proceso de solicitud de las ayudas a la restauración (iii), eventos, comercio mayorista y salas de baile, gimnasios y escuelas de danza.


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Will British nationals only be allowed to acquire real estate in the Balearics under military permit?

Real estate investments by British in the Balearics after Brexit

Since the United Kingdom left the European Union, the media filled their front pages with the following headline: The British will only be allowed to acquire property in the Balearics under military permit.

Although the abovementioned statement is true, it is not accurate. Pursuant to the Spanish Law 8/1975, of 12 March 1975, on areas and facilities of interest to the National Defence (hereinafter, the “Law”), in order to safeguard the interests of the National Defence and the security and effectiveness of its organisations and facilities, there are certain areas to which non-EU foreigners have restricted access to ownership.

The regulation implementing this law defines these areas as: islands, Cartagena, the Strait of Gibraltar, the Bay of Cadiz, the border area with Portugal, Galicia, the border area with France and the Spanish territories of North Africa.

In accordance with the Law and its implementing regulation, non-EU foreigners willing to acquire real estate in the areas described below are subject to the requirement of military authorisation. In addition, military authorisation will be required for Spanish companies when their share capital is owned by foreign individuals or legal entities in a proportion of more than 50 per cent, or when, even if this is not the case, the non-EU foreign shareholders have a situation of dominance or prevalence in the company, derived from any circumstance that makes it possible to prove the existence of a decisive influence by them in the management of the company.

Therefore, and contrarily to what might be thought, this restriction cannot be circumvented by the mere incorporation of one or more Spanish and/or foreign companies when their ultimate beneficial owners are, de facto, British.

As per the military authorisation, the applications for the acquisition of estates not exceeding 2,000 square metres in area, their granting will fall to the relevant General Captaincy; however, when it comes to estates exceeding 2,000 square metres in area, the application must be addressed to and will be processed by the Ministry of Defence.

In any case, it should be noted that both regulations provide for an exception to the above restriction. Military authorisation will not be required in the area occupied by existing urban centres or their existing built-up or expansion areas.

Hence, although this restriction affects the whole of the Balearic Islands (Mallorca, Menorca, Ibiza and Formentera), an exception is made, and therefore military authorisation will not be required, when non-EU foreigners acquire property in urban centres and built-up areas. In other words, the permit will only be required when British nationals intend to acquire property on rural land.

At this point, it is convenient to highlight the residence status in Spain that applies to them after the Brexit. Unless they apply for temporary or, where appropriate, permanent residence, British nationals must comply with the entry requirements established in the Schengen Borders Code, which allows them to stay in Spain for 90 days per 180-day period, either on one or several visits, and in which case they must identify themselves with their passport and will be exempt from visa requirements.

As an alternative, a few years ago the Spanish government introduced a special visa to attract foreign investment, which is commonly known as “Golden Visa”. Thus, the Golden Visa is a type of residence visa, suitable for non-EU citizens who undertake a real estate investment in Spain equal to or greater than € 500,000 free of charges or encumbrances, i.e. without mortgaging the property to be acquired. This visa allows both residing and working in Spain and has an initial duration of two years, which can be extended for another two. Moreover, it is possible to extend the visa to the spouse and children under 18 years of age, or children of full age who are objectively incapable of providing for their own needs.

Notwithstanding the above, British nationals may apply for temporary or permanent residence in Spain through the standard procedure. However, it should be borne in mind that, if so, their tax status would be affected, as they would be considered tax residents in Spain and, consequently, would be taxed on certain income in that country. Nevertheless, it should be noted that during their first years of residence in Spain they could benefit from the tax regulations known as the “Beckham Law”, which allows foreigners who move to Spain to be taxed as non-residents for a certain limited number of years.

Anyway, and going back to the subject matter, it is likely that the above-mentioned military regulation applies only for a limited period of time. Currently, citizens of countries that do not belong to the European Union but belong to the countries of the Single European Space or assimilated (Schengen Area), i.e. Iceland, Norway and Switzerland, are fully equated to nationals of EU countries and, accordingly, exempt from the need for military authorisation. It is therefore to be hoped that, in the not-too-distant future, the Spanish government will extend this status to the British and this obsolete regime of restricted access can be forgotten, at least as far as the British are concerned.

Marta Marina

Lawyer specializaing in commercial law and real estate law


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About property purchasing in Majorca by British after Brexit

Few days ago we could read in the papers, here in Majorca, some headlines like this one:

British will only be able to purchase properties (in Spain) with a military authorisation

Unfortunately, the provided information is not accurate and Moya & Emery wants to clarify that the mentioned military authorization is not required if a British wants to purchase an urban property (flats, villas, etc.) according to section 35.1 of the Royal Decree 689/1978.

We recommend you to get legal advice before purchasing a property to avoid any problem. For sure, as it is one of our finest expertises, you can choose our legal firm in case you need.


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