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The opportunity to improve our business

Monday, 23 March, 2020

Crises have always been great opportunities to reinvest, to draw essential lessons in life. For approximately seventy years, more or less after the end of World War II, neither Europe nor, in general, the so-called first world had been overwhelmed by a pandemic such as the one that is being suffered these days.

A small virus, the famous coronavirus, is testing the most advanced and globalized humanity in all of history. However, the panic continues to run, even faster than the spread of the disease. Rubén Gracia, expert in digital marketing strategies and creator and CEO of Marketing Mutante, a 100% digital agency and with a team teleworking since its inception, is one of the professionals who sees this situation as an opportunity for business.

The reason is as simple as that many companies, because of this pandemic, begin to understand that globalization is a fact, that the internet allows teleworking, as well as that online marketing and sales strategies are "probably the only ones that are not will be totally affected, "he explains. "It is the precise and exact moment, since we have a forced quarantine, to learn all those tools that, in one way or another, are going to grow our businesses not only now, but in the future," he says.

In any case, "says Gracia," the reading that needs to be done goes further, this is a new paradigm, if you have always wanted to lead a freer life but could not, if you have always wanted to have a freer business but not You have known, now, if it is time to be at home it is because you have to stop to think about what we want with our lives, where we are going and what we want, not only on a personal but also professional level because, I repeat, all crises are opportunities and this is not going to be an exception. "

Sometimes - continues de Gracia - "situations like this we live serve so that the obligation to stop makes us aware of what we really want, a business that gives us freedom and, in turn, allows us to live, a job to let us spend time with our children and not work to be looked after by another, to be able to enjoy a good read on any given Wednesday or a magnificent Tuesday morning with the spring sun warming your face, in short, one more business free, "says the CEO of Marketing Mutante.

An island in Scotland is sold for the price of a house (286,000 euros)

Thursday, 21 May, 2020

If you need to disappear from the map and run away from your current life, here is the perfect option: escape to an island in the North Sea for the ‘modest’ price of £ 250,000, about € 286,000 at the current exchange rate. 12 and a half hours away by ferry from the Scottish coast, this island is part of the Shetland archipelago, offering spectacular scenery and unique...

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RENTA 2019 in 2020: deduction for renting a habitual residence in Baleares.

Wednesday, 20 May, 2020

Most of the autonomous communities have a personal income tax deduction for renting a home, mainly for tenants, but there are also some that maintain tax advantages for landlords. There is only one autonomy that does not deduct the rent rent 2019: Murcia. However, most rewards young, disabled or elderly tenants with a certain income.

The regional deductions in favor of the...

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Coronavirus triggers ERTE: what they are, how they work and other keys for companies and workers

Sunday, 17 May, 2020

The rapid spread of the coronavirus in Spain is causing the drop in activity of many companies, beyond the shops, bars and restaurants that have been forced to close down. Some giants such as SEAT, Volkswagen or Burger King have announced that they are going to launch a Temporary Employment Regulation File (ERTE) to deal with the situation and from Moncloa calculate that the extraordinary...

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Friday, 03 April, 2020

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2020Renta: how to compute the sale of the home in the personal income tax return

Monday, 23 March, 2020

Anyone who has sold a home should know that there is no right to deduct either for the purchase price or for the expenses related to its acquisition. It is at the time of the sale when these expenses must be taken into account to determine if there has been a capital gain or loss.

Gestha, the union of Technicians of the Ministry of Finance, recalls that the determination of...

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