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PSOE asks that tax exemption for terraces be extended

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At last Thursday’s monthly plenary the PSOE councillor María García proposed that the municipal council extends the suspension of ‘terrace tax’ beyond the end...

Sabadell to sell TSB in UK

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The Sabadell bank has announced that it will seek a buyer for its British subsidiary and will in future focus on the national market....

4 Tips for Buying the Perfect Set of Golf Clubs

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Golf is a popular sport and pastime for millions of people all around the globe – and for good reason. Not only does it...

Why Financial Planning is Important in Business

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Starting a business, and becoming successful in it, is no child’s play. In fact, you will need to make sure that you do certain...

Understanding Stocks and Shares ISAs

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Understanding how stocks and shares ISAs work goes a long way in the finance industry. This is an investment account that you never get...

How Do Local News Influence the Global Forex Market

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In the forex market, the fluctuations are constant. The daily exchange rate changes are influenced by the forex market and the 24 hours news...

7 Situations When Filing for Bankruptcy is a Good Idea 

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Filing for bankruptcy is among the easiest financial decisions you can make. This is because apart from being associated with a significant amount of...

Pilar de la Horadada SEPE €162,127.00 work subsidy

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By Andrew Atkinson Forty two staff are undertaking work in Pilar de la Horadada following the town receiving a subsidy from the State Public Employment...

Thousands of expats to be stripped of UK Bank Accounts –...

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See the guide below on the situation with UK Banks and expat accounts Many Britons in Spain and across Europe are being warned they...

My Online Business Costs for Two Years

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I've been running an online business for a few years now, and the most amazing thing about it is how low-risk the enterprise is....

Monte receive €18,000 from council to cover Federated expenses

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€18,000 finance agreement signed by Los Montesinos Mayor Jose Butron and Club Deportivo Montesinos, by Alfredo Macia Garcia, president of CD Montesinos By Andrew...

New Quesada business closes doors – because of €4,000 monthly rental...

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New Quesada business closes doors - deemed to €4,000 monthly rental costs - not COVID-19 By Andrew Atkinson A new business in Quesada has permanently...

San Fulgencio Council reduces its debt to the banks by 62%...

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The municipality owes 849,000 to financial institutions after investing 566,000 of its surplus in repaying debt that saved 47,000 euros in interest The San Fulgencio...

Counterfeit currency found in seven provinces of Spain

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Barcelona, Madrid, Valencia, Seville, Malaga, Bilbao and Alicante By Andrew Atkinson Counterfeits of currency detected in Spain in 2019 were in seven provinces - including...

Rank retirement is Ridiculous…

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  You Can’t Be Serious - Rank retirement is Ridiculous… Some of you will not like this week’s offering. (Ah … Lads, please: such disparaging comments are...

2021 budgets of the Generalitat allocate 100 million euros to Vega...

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A series of projects have been conceived specifically for the region for 400 million euros, to be presented to Europe, in the first...

Fiberglass Doors vs. Traditional Doors

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What are similarities and differences between fiberglass doors and traditional doors? That is what we seek to find out here. Fiberglass Doors over Traditional Doors:...

The Importance of Learning Platforms for Business

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Even though classic educational methods could never be completely replaced, sometimes, it is good to implement those new, "atypical" ones that just might make...

A Comprehensive Guide to Automating Payroll

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A manual payroll system is the most challenging task when it comes to business processes. It is time-consuming and ends up taking most business...

Review Your Finances in 4 Easy Steps 

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It's critical to know where you stand financially since your finances can either make or break you. Financial advisors always advise that one should...

All You Ever Wanted To Know About Taxes

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If you wonder whether you handle taxes the right way or there is some room for improvement of your tax-filing skills, it’s time to...

What You Should Do Before Posting Your Beloved Home For Sale

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Finding the perfect house to live in is one of the things that worries home buyers when they are looking for a house. They...

San Fulgencio acts to ensure minimum banking service

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The San Fulgencio City Council has said that, for the time being, the Sabadell bank in the Plaza de la Constitución, will maintain a...

Why Investing in Property is a Smart Idea

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Properties, such as real estate, which are composed of the land, as well as the infrastructure that is built on it, are considered as...

How Does a Hard Money Loan (Like Online Payday Loans for...

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How Does a Hard Money Loan (Like Online Payday Loans for Bad Credit Work?) Hard money loans are a big part of the loan industry...

Suffered an injury during the pandemic? What should you do?

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Suffering an injury is unfortunately a fairly common occurrence for many of us, with thousands of people dying every year as a result of...

Spain central bank warn of ‘sluggish’ growth amid COVID-19

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By Andrew Atkinson Spain risks long-term sluggish growth - if lawmakers don’t respond to the coronavirus crisis with major reforms - to address longstanding weaknesses,...

3 Actionable Tips to Manage Your Online Casino Budget

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Gambling online is exciting and can be very lucrative. But it's also true that managing your budget has become quite a challenge. Whenever visiting...

Charities in Spain are being “raped by the Spanish government”.

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By Tony Mayes These were the words of David Young, president of the Costa Blanca-based charity Reach Out, when he learned that charities have to...

Mojácar council meeting approves Commercial tax exemptions

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Mojácar Council recently held an extraordinary meeting following strict safety measures, with Councillors wearing face masks and, socially distanced in the Plenary Hall. On the...