Video: Where Costa Rica corporation tax law currently stands

December 14, 2016
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In this video, attorney Roger Petersen discusses confusion surrounding the Costa Rican corporation tax. Parts of it were held unconstitutional by the Supreme Court, but that did not affect past-due taxes, which are still due and payable.

Meanwhile, the legislature is considering a new corporation tax law, and a lot of people are waiting to see what it does. But that law won’t address past-due taxes either.

Here’s what we know and what we don’t know about what all of this means.

 

 

Contact Roger Petersen at (506) 2288-2189 ext. 101 or at rpetersen@plawcr.com. Read his blog at www.CostaRicaLaw.com.

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