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We will briefly explain the obligations and responsibilities that companies must fulfill here in Costa Rica in order to be in compliance. It is very important to comply with the established deadlines so that the corporation can remain in good standing and up to date. Obligations

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Capital Gain is a benefit that results from a disposal of a capital asset—such as stocks, bonds or real estate—when the amount obtained in the sale exceeds the previous purchase price of the real estate, share or bond. Example: on December 1, shares are acquired

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In recent months, the Costa Rican Tax Administration (Ministerio de Hacienda) has implemented various mechanisms in order to detect and control the legitimization of capital and to root out illicit enrichment through commercial companies in Costa Rica. It is necessary to establish a difference between each

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This is a recurring question among expats. We are going to address this issue from two perspectives, from a business perspective and from an expat perspective. Business Perspective Corporations have two primary purposes: To amass capital from different investors or partners for the furtherance of common business

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The Tax Office (Dirección General de Tributación Directa) of the Costa Rican Revenue Service (Ministerio de Hacienda) requires that all inactive corporations registered in Costa Rica file a form called a D-140 to report their inactive status. An inactive corporation is one that is not

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This is a recurring question among expats. We are going to address this issue from two perspectives, from a business perspective and from an expat perspective. Business Perspective Corporations have two primary purposes: To amass capital from different investors or partners for the furtherance of common business

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