Our tax department specialists focus on offering customized services according to your requests and needs. We encourage tax planning in order to better serve our clients.
On the other hand, A-Z Tax a division of Rodríguez, Rivera & Toro, PSC has been offering, for more than ten years, a variety of individual and corporate tax services in various establishments including Mayagüez Mall, Cabo Rojo and San Sebastian branches during the tax season with the same quality and professionalism that distinguishes us.
- Tax return preparation
- Personal and Corporate income tax
- Municipal license tax
- Property Tax
- Sales and Use Tax
- Tax planning and consulting
- Estate & Trust tax
- Retirement planning
- Non profit organizations
- Corporate Reorganizations
- Application for Exemptions Decree
- Representation among tax authorities
- Registration, Licenses and Permits
Our excellent group of Tax Department will bring the best quality and updated services to all our clients. The tax group pursue varying continuing education courses to stay current in tax issues affecting our clients. We bring services as to Local Puerto Rico, Federal and States income taxation.
Our tax department specialists focus on offering customized services according to your requests and needs. We encourage tax planning in order to better serve our clients. We have experience in request tax incentives for different entities and non-profits organizations.
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We also bring VAT tax advisory and an implementation plan to structure organizations in VAT legislation to be in compliance and to understand the process to obtain credits and exclusions. A roadmap is the result to clients after our advice.
Act 20 provide tax incentives to any entity with a bona fide establishment in Puerto Rico that is engaged in an eligible service for export. Eligible services include but are not limited to: investment banking and other financial services, hedge funds, research and development, advertising and public relations, consulting, electronic programming development, call centers, professional services, and centralized management services. An eligible service must also qualify as an export service.
Act 22 provide tax incentives to Nonresident individuals who become residents of Puerto Rico are considered eligible under Act 22. An individual that becomes domiciled in Puerto Rico is considered a Puerto Rican resident. An individual’s 183-day physical presence in Puerto Rico establishes a presumption of residency under the Puerto Rico Tax Code.
The Puerto Rico tax incentives granted under the Individuals Investors Act will expire on December 31, 2035 (the “Tax Exemption Period”).