More people are now conducting business from their holiday homes

The ‘’Sunshine Coast’’ of Spain offers the complete package for the whole family: it is an easy and enjoyable place to set up and run a business, it offers fantastic international schools for children, and even has fun activities for all ages, from golf to water sports to amusement parks and zoos.

So, if you are already lucky enough to own a property here or are thinking of buying one, we definitely recommend relocating and working from home here.

What’s the latest from the Spanish government regarding the long-awaited TIE card?

Some of you may know that ever since Brexit was announced, there has been talk of a credit-card sized green residencia card called a TIE being introduced to replace the NIE that expats need to have when living in Spain. Earlier this month, the Spanish government finally announced its availability. As of 4th July 2020, UK expats living in Spain can now apply for a TIE card, although please know this is not mandatory.

Costa del Sol: the new hotspot for working from home

2020 is without a doubt “the year of working from home” due to the Covid-19 world pandemic. Companies that had previously been reluctant to introduce this method have now been forced to do so, and have been pleasantly surprised by the results. Thanks to the wonders of modern technology and the internet working from home is more than an option for many businesses, it’s the future.