Expatriate tax ebook - Puerto Rico

Expatriates taking up employment in Puerto Rico will be subject to comprehensive tax and employment visa requirements. US immigration rules apply in Puerto Rico. Before visiting or working in Puerto Rico, foreign nationals must obtain visas from a US embassy or consulate. The tax team at Kevane Grant Thornton can help expatriates and their employers to deal with Puerto Rico’s tax requirements.

In particular Kevane Grant Thornton can help expatriates and their employers to identify Puerto Rico’s tax planning opportunities and review tax equalisation policies, as well as providing compliance services regarding Puerto Rico and the United States’ tax filing requirements.

For further information on expatriate tax services in Puerto Rico, please contact María de los A. Rivera


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Last updated March 2013

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