PTTurboe wrote:What kind of freelancing?
PTTurboe wrote:What kind of web software?
fanning wrote:You cannot just put lunch or food as business expenses.
You are allowed up to 0.5% of your sales to use for 'representation costs' and another 0.5% for 'employee expenses'. The representation costs must however be justified with some sort of proof with whom you had your business lunch, and the employee expenses are meant that you take your personnel for example to a restaurant to improve 'moral'. But the max is only 0.5% of your sales, so only if you sell really a lot it is worthwhile.
( This is only valid if you are in Regimen General, if you are in RUS or Regimen Especial, you pay tax over your sales, and not over your profit )
I don't know the details of an EIRL, but I don't really understand why you would loose the renta 4ta taxcut, as you also in that case would be on the payroll of your own company, and pay renta 5ta ( which has the same taxbreaks as renta 4ta ).
fanning wrote:There are many more details, I would suggest you get some professional info.