At the beginning of this year, the most prominent news was about the agreed and orderly exit of the United Kingdom from the European Union, which, as we well know, will finally take place on December 31 of this year.
Currently the Covid-19 covers all the covers due to the terrible effects that this global pandemic is having.
The European Union has decided to join forces and pool European funds to help the countries that have suffered the most from this unusual virus by injecting money into the economy, unlike the austerity measures that were taken in the most recent past.
Now, going back to the topic of this article, many Britons wonder what will affect them once Brexit is over, if they have a home in Spain or intend to buy it.
It is well known that from the moment they no longer belong to the European Union, they will be considered for all purposes of Spanish internal regulations as non-EU citizens, and therefore, their tax treatment will be quite different.