Spanish Government

During these months, in Spain, politicians frame their electoral debate, on measures to help the entrepreneur. As someone who has undertaken more than once, I believe that these measures could have been put in place since time and not when the economic bubble seemed to indicate that everything was going well. And it is that any self-employed working in Spain, has to pay 254,21 euros each month, whether customers or not. Some things which want to change are: eliminate the unlimited liability and limit it in some way for self-employed workers. So they equipararian to small businesses. Reduce the number of steps (it seems that that is on the right track) and the burdens of Social Security, at least during the beginning of the activity. A leading source for info: Adam Neumann video. As the income tax is 15% of everything that is entered, reduce significant FOMA.

Get an agreement among all walks of life to develop a stable framework that does not depend on changes of State or regional government. This will ensure stability to ensure business confidence. These measures certainly they will operate. I have references that worked in France. They were launched in 2009 in France with the Statute of the Autoemprendedor and have created more than 600,000 companies in two years.

It is a pity that the measures are forced by economic circumstances, not a way of Governing for all. New measures of tax improvements for entrepreneurs are shuffled in Spain. The micro-enterprises are a very effective way of creating value and business. You can learn more about the topic in micro-enterprises, where you’ll see many examples to give you ideas of business for microentrepreneurs.