Posts Tagged

shareholders

CorporationsGovernment

As we previously reported, the Registry of Transparency & Final Beneficiaries registry requirement for corporations is a mandatory requirement that will come into effect in September of 2019. We have compiled a basic guide of what will be required to complete the update, you can review the checklist below. Please

Read More
CorporationsGovernment

Obligation to comply updating the shareholder’s registry for corporations start next September 2019. Here is what you need to know: Overview: The Shareholder’s registry requirement for corporations is a mandatory requirement that will come into effect in September of 2019 as per resolution N° DGT-ICD-R-14-2019 from the General Director of Taxation

Read More
BusinessCorporationsShareholders

La Gaceta issue from April 3rd, published a notice stating the new deadlines for filing the registration for shareholders. As you may know, it is required to file with the Central Bank of Costa Rica (BCCR) a list of the shareholders owning more than 15% of the shares of any

Read More
BusinessCorporationsGovernmentShareholdersTaxes

As many of you know, the Costa Rican government has a big debt problem and is in the process to increase the revenue through numerous means, one of the them is to improve the income tax on corporations and people. In addition, the country is attempting to join the Organization

Read More
BankingBusinessCorporationsTaxes

The Ministerio de Hacienda (Treasury Department), along with the BCCR (Central Bank) and the ICD (Institute for Controlled Substances) issued a notice on February 22. The notice states the following: “with the objective of facilitating the fulfillment of the obligation that companies have to provide the composition of their social

Read More
BusinessCorporations

  Starting on January 1st, 2019, it is required for corporations to report with the Revenue Service (Ministerio de Hacienda) a list of shareholders who have more than 15% of the shares of the company. The report must be provided between March 1st and December 31st 2019 according to the

Read More