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Chiclana Ayuntamiento has supplied ChiFRA with information about various events in Chiclana. If you decide to go to any of these events, please remember to wear a mask if you are close to other people.  

 

 

  For events from 15th January 2022 

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Luz Photo Group

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Luz Photography Group meet on Tuesday mornings, new members are always welcome. To find out more please call Les Rowe on (0034) 647 126 388 

 

 

 

 
Cycling Group
Find out more about Pago Pedal Pushers cycling club at their website 
 

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ChiFRA Events

AFO Meeting

I have arranged for JA the ChiFRA solicitor to explain about the costs of proceeding with an AFO application on Wednesday 19th February 2020 at 6pm in the Venta El Florín, Ctra Fuenta Amarga, Chiclana.

Any member contemplating an AFO should attend, and of course, all members will be made welcome with the first drink free!

 

Newly Added

New Items June 2015

Newly added items include: 

- Issue 16 Cadiz Casa Newsletter

- EGM/AGM CHIFRA

- What's on in Chiclana

- Age Concern Newsletter 

 

 
Weather Links
These have been updated and now include Chiclana Weather Station and tide tables. Click the button in the public menu to view.
 
British Consulate Newsletters

Click here In the May edition you can read about important changes to be aware of when applying for your passport from overseas, advice on how to trace a lost pension and other useful information.

 
Age Concern CLS

Click here to view the latest Age Concern newsletter

 
Death & Funerals

New in the information section an article about arranging a funeral and the legal steps necessary when someone dies. Click here to read.

 

Electricity problems – do you need help? 

If you have had to pay large sums of money to an electricity project and still have no supply, or have been fined for electricity you have not used or you are having any other problems with Sevillana Endesa  read how ChiFRA may be able to help you.

CFRA members can now read Juan Antonio's informative and definitive guide on how to contest a fine imposed by Endesa.

Welcome to  the Chiclana Foreign Residents Association for English speaking residents in Chiclana de la Frontera. Membership continues to be free courtesy of our sponsors.

To become a member please email This e-mail address is being protected from spam bots, you need JavaScript enabled to view it with your name, Home address, Mailing address (if different), NIE number or passport number and your telephone number. If you wish to use a different email address please include that also. 

Home arrow Home arrow Ever thought about how much you “give” to the taxman?
Ever thought about how much you “give” to the taxman?
Tuesday, 21 December 2021

This Christmas our sponsors, Blevins Franks have written a thought provoking article and to give you a flavour I have picked out some interesting facts - but I recommend you read the whole article - click on the word "Finance" just below our sponsors logo. 

How long does it take to earn money for yourself instead of the taxman? "Tax freedom day" varies greatly by country- What with income tax, national insurance/social security, capital gains tax, VAT, council tax, excise duties and so on, a considerable amount of our income goes straight to the taxman each year.   

The Institut Economique Molinari has been measuring taxes payable across EU member states. Its 2021 edition has been given a global expansion to include Australia, Brazil, Canada, Japan and the USA. This brings the total number of countries studied to 34, collectively representing 58.2% of the global economy.

The study calculates a “tax liberation day” for each member state – the date on which an employee has earned enough to pay off all taxes for the year - according to the study, Spain’s tax freedom day fell on 9th June, a day later than last year, pushing Spain to 11th place in the European rankings.

The average gross salary in Spain is €35,771, but after the real tax rate of 43.71%, workers in the country are only left with €20,137 to spend on themselves and their families. The UK takes the third European spot on 11th May. This is the latest date for the UK since comparable records began in 1995.

Although less than half of the EU’s 448 million citizens are currently in the labour force, the report states that “A great recovery has begun, jobs are becoming available, and new advances in teleworking make employment possible for a greater number than ever before”.  

Happy reading 

Dave Fisher 

 

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