Lawyers, Laws & Taxes
Year 2015: The Last Year of the Corporation’s Tax.
The Costa Rican Supreme Court finally said that the Corporations Yearly Tax should not be collected any longer, ever since the Judges ...Read More
Why Eric Holder’s “Good Deed” on Civil Forfeiture…, Wasn’t That Good
One of the departing initiatives taken by retiring US Attorney General Eric Holder was to impose limits on a legal process called ...Read More
The IRS’s New Dirty Trick… and What to Do About It
There's a good reason why Google, General Electric, Abbott, Honeywell, Johnson & Johnson, Microsoft, Oracle, Apple, and more or less all ...Read More
A National Public Shareholder Registry is Being Implemented
In a Costa Rican corporation the only publicly recorded document that disclosed the name of the shareholders was the original articles of ...Read More
Why FATCA Is a Train Wreck Waiting to Happen
FATCA, otherwise known as the Foreign Account Tax Compliance Act, is one of the most arrogant and one-sided laws ever passed by Congress.Read More
Buying or Building Real Estate in Costa Rica? Here is what you need to know? Part I with FREE online video interview.
Buying property and constructing buildings or a home can be an intimidating process, even when you are at home in the culture and know what ...Read More
Is Your Property In Costa Rica Subject To The Luxury Home Tax for 2015?
Costa Rica imposes a Luxury Home Tax on property that is used for residential purposes and whose value for the fiscal year 2015 is greater ...Read More
The College Education Bubble Is Coming To Its Logical End.
This past weekend a grown, 30 year old man shot his father over unhappiness with his allowance according to reports in Associated Press as ...Read More
Why Uncle Sam Wants These Citizenship Programs Shut Down
Every so often, I read an article predicting that the US and other major countries are about to force nations that offer "citizenship by ...Read More
The Latest FATCA Propaganda & Atrocities
It's been a while since the whole FATCA charade has annoyed me enough to spend more time writing about it, but recently, a series of events ...Read More