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How can a Spanish citizen withdraw an IRA/401(k) accumulated while in the U.S.?

Let's say I am Spanish citizen. I was working in the U.S.A. during two years in the nineties. I built an IRA/401(k). Now I am 60 years old and I want to get my amount in a lump sum. How is the way ...
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Spain: Cash deposit(s) into Spanish bank account taxable?

My partner has recently sold her flat in the Ukraine and returned to Spain with €30,000.00 in cash. We've been told that if we deposit this money into her Spanish current account it will be subject ...
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I sublet my flat. What should I put when scholarships ask me for the owner's contact information?

I'm a student, and I've been living in a rental flat for a week. As it happens, some scholarships ask me to give details about my contract terms. Everything is all right so far, but the person that ...
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Opening personal bank account in Marbella, as a non-EU resident

I'm going to Marbella, Spain, soon. I would like to open an account in one of banks of that place during my times there. Could you suggest how hard is it to do for non-resident of the country? I'm ...
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Spain: Convert cash to electronic money?

I am in Spain, have some cash, and would like to move that to a German bank account. I asked at Deutsche Bank Spain, and they said that to do that, I would need an account at their bank. Note that ...
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Should I pay myself a dividend or a salary?

I'm considering starting my own limited liability company in Germany (GmbH). However, I myself live currently most of the time in Spain (more than 183 days per tax year, the other time is business ...
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Buy a parking spot and rent it out, or invest savings in an interest-bearing account?

I've saved some money and now I'm thinking about two things to do with it: Buy a parking spot (~20.000) and rent it (~90 month) Put in a account that give me about (3% year) but I can't decide ...