General conditions of service
The customer is obliged to know for themselves if they have their tax residence in Spain and must declare as Resident in Spain.
We want to simplify life for Swedes in Spain and have therefore developed this service. We think it should be easy, worry-free to manage your tax obligations in Spain, even if you are not able to Spanish or are an expert in taxes. It is often complicated with constantly changing regulations and that is exactly why you turn to us. Our ambition is to build a service that delivers high quality year after year and that all our customers are satisfied.
We always want to make sure that all information and information we share with our customers is accurate and up to date.
Therefore, we promise to do our utmost to make all this happen. However, we do know that sometimes unexpected things happen that cause something to go crazy and our hope is that no problems will arise but in order for us to deliver this service with good prices and simplicity we unfortunately have to limit our responsibility for the few times it can go to it.
No adviser can give 100% guarantee that it will never be wrong and if you have a more complicated tax situation or you feel you want to sort out every detail about your unique situation, from double checking individual deductions whether they are approved or not , to talk to a personal advisor – we recommend that you contact us for more specialized advice.
You probably already have experience with law firms and know that lawyers can also be wrong (and are good at paying). We believe that is exactly why you turned to us – to get good quality at a good price and to simplify your life.
Where is your data stored?
We strive to process your personal data as much as possible within the European Economic Area (EEA) and all our own IT systems, but can also be transferred and processed in a country outside the EEA (so-called “third country”). Such transfer is only made to recipient countries with an adequate level of protection and in accordance with applicable legislation. If the transfer is made to a partner for a service in the US, this will only be done to companies covered by the so-called “Privacy Shield”, which is an agreement on the protection of personal data between the EU and the US
What kind of data do you collect?
We collect personal information that you send to us when you use the service on our website or sign up for our newsletter. For example, the personal information you send to us may include contact information, date of birth and payment information. We may also collect certain personal data from external partners such as address information from public registers and credit rating information from credit rating agencies, banks or credit reporting agencies.
Why do we collect your data?
Your personal information is saved by spanienskatt.se. The data is collected in order to be able to inform and perform the declaration service which is intended to be launched during the autumn of 2019.
How long is my data stored?
Once the service has been launched and you have become a customer, we will save your information as long as we are required by applicable law in Spain.
If you don’t want us to store your data?
If you do not want us to keep your information, you can contact us at [email protected] and we will delete your contact information. You have the opportunity at any time to request an extract from the personal data we have stored about you as well as the right to delete the data.
If you want to make changes to your data?
If information should prove inaccurate or incomplete, you have the right to correct it.
With whom do we share your data?
Your personal information may be shared with third parties required to deliver the service and inform about the service or new services we launch with or without partners.
We will never disclose your personal information to anyone for any other purpose.
We will, for example, never to sell your information.
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