Albert Folguera, partner of the tax department at addwill, participated as a speaker on April 25th in an interesting talk in Madrid, “Electronic invoicing and new contribution system for self-employed: solve all your doubts”, as part of the business meetings of Rivas Vaciamadrid.

The event was organized by the Association of Entrepreneurs of Arganda, Rivas and the region (ASEARCO) and the City Council of Rivas Vaciamadrid, within the framework of the Local Pact for Economic Development and Employment of the city, with the collaboration of addwill, and was attended by nearly 40 people, including Gabriel Albendea, partner of addwill in Madrid.

Albert Folguera, addwill‘s tax regulations expert and member of the “Red de Autónomos” collective, led a networking event focused on offering valuable information to self-employed workers and small and medium-sized companies, where some of the most frequent questions that arise as a result of the changes implemented in the new regulations were explained clearly and concisely.

During the informative session, Albert Folguera highlighted the importance of the recently approved “Ley Crea y Crece”, which requires all companies and professionals to invoice electronically instead of using traditional paper invoices. According to Folguera, the use of digital documents offers significant advantages, such as cost reduction and improvement of the average payment period. In addition, the law aims to improve business efficiency and facilitate access to public subsidies.

Other relevant topics discussed included the changes that companies must adopt to adapt to the current times, such as the mandatory use of electronic invoicing and the new contribution system for self-employed workers based on actual income. This information is essential for those who wish to stay updated on the latest trends and changes in tax regulations.

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Also, we remind you that if you wish to receive our professional advice on this or any other topic, you can contact our tax department through the email or the phone +34 93 478 52 00, or through the following form. We will be happy to offer you our help.