Ricard Panadès Nadal@ricardpanades · Web & Graphic designer.
This looks awsome, but i have a question: I'm from Spain (terrible place for entrepreneurs, lot of taxes only for accept payments, make invoices etc), if I use Stripe Atlas, is this tax evasion? Thanks!
Michael Schade@sch · Stripe
@ricardpanades Nope, you'll still need to pay taxes locally wherever applicable. I don't have much advice on the specifics for Spain, but we partnered with PwC who can assist from a U.S. perspective and introduce you to the cross-border tax considerations when setting up with Atlas. This should help make sure you stay compliant with local laws.
Ricard Panadès Nadal@ricardpanades · Web & Graphic designer.
@sch Thanks!
Borja Rojano@tapefinder · Founder at TapeWrite
@ricardpanades I am from Spain too. No it is not.
Thomas K. Running@tkrunning · Nomad, Teleport
@ricardpanades While using Stripe Atlas to incorporate in the US isn't tax evasion, the company would still need to report to the tax authorities in Spain (and the US) and pay tax there. Failing to do so would be tax evasion. While I understand this can be very useful to process payments, you need to understand the Pandora's box of international tax complex… See more