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Costa Rica is a paradise where many people around the world want to invest.
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Guardia, Montes & Asociados is a law firm with broad experience in providing its clients with specialized legal services, in an agile and efficient manner. We serve small, medium and large companies as well as independent entrepreneurs.
Our firm is small enough to listen to our clients, but large enough to handle their cases and any complex situation that may arise.
New government requirement for the corporations and legal entities
During the first trimester of 2019, all the corporations and legal entities have the obligation to provide to the Tax Administration, to the Costa Rican Drugs Institute, and to the Central Bank of Costa Rica, the capital stock of each company in order to identify the final beneficiaries of each enti
The use of drones has increased in Costa Rica over the last few years. It is common to see these aircrafts flying over concerts or sports events, filming artistic videos or movies, and even in private events. Consequently, on February 2018, the Nacional Aviation Department, or DNAC for its name in S
Costa Rica has enacted a new statute that taxes legal entities – Statute 9428
The TAX APPLICABLE TO LEGAL ENTITIES under STATUTE No. 9428 shall enter into force on the first day of September of this year. The purpose of the new statute is collecting public funding in order to fight criminality. As it is known, this piece of statute provides the entry into force of a tax over
Costa Rican Free Trade Zones (FTZ), known in Spanish as “zonas francas,” offer member companies a wide range of financial incentives and benefits. FTZs are open to export manufacturing companies, export trade companies (not producers), export service companies, organizations engaged in s