Resident or non Resident

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WHO IS RESIDENT?

Individuals are to be considered Spanish Residents if:

  • They spend more than 183 days in Spanish territory in a calendar year or,
  • Their main base or centre of economic activities or interests are in Spain or,
  • Their spouse and/or underage dependant children are permanent residents in Spain (unless the individual is legally separated or can prove tax residence elsewhere)

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Social Security in Spain

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The social security system is covering all healthcare, including sickness and maternity; unemployment insurance; old age pensions (the retirement age in Spain is 65 for both men and women); industrial injury compensation; invalidity and death benefits. Your social security payments differ according to whether you’re an employee, an employer or self-employed.

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