@**Edited for Community Guidelines** wrote:
Yes this is the problem.
I've been following all the threads on this topic but I fail to understand nothing: ((
That is why I wanted was that some Spanish freelancer explain to me how this problem has been solved. But they do not let me explain in Spanish. And in English, this issue seems me very difficult to understand and explain.
You have been very kindly for your interest in this.
I'm sorry 😞
This problem has not been solved. Some of the EU-freelancers write their own invoices and refer to the payment via Upwork. For this you will need the address and VAT-ID. You really have to ask a tax consultant. Even if somebody is from Spain his/her case may be different.
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