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    Companies Registered with the Costa Rican Tourism Institute are Exempt from VAT until July

    Companies registered with the Costa Rican Tourism Institute (ICT) as businesses that operate in this sector are exempt - until July 1st - from...
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    Consider VAT on Digital Services as Deductible Expenses in Favor of your Company in...

    If you are an entrepreneur or freelancer, you may see the 13% VAT on cross-border digital services as an additional expense that you must add month to month

    Digital Services that Will Pay VAT from October was Reduced

    From 108 to 19 was reduced the amount of cross-border digital services with which the collection of the Value Added Tax (VAT) for said...

    These are the cross-border digital services that will pay 13% VAT as of October...

    Cross-border digital services are those provided by a provider not domiciled in the country through the Internet or any other digital platform and that...

    Tico Construction Sector Exempted from VAT until 2021

    As of August 31st, 2021, construction projects will begin to collect VAT, after the exemption was approved in the second legislative debate in the...

    No Digital Platform (including Netflix) can Charge More Than 13% VAT, Reiterates Authorities

    No digital content platform may charge more than 13% for Value Added Tax (VAT) to its clients in Costa Rica, the general director of...

    Value Added Tax Will Increase Construction Costs 9%

    All projects that obtain the planned visa before the Federated College of Engineers and Architects (CFIA) as of October 1st must pay 13% of...

    President Carlos Alvarado Announced Reactivation and Generation of New Employment for Costa Ricans

    "Today, the priority issue for Costa Rica, and for each Costa Rican, is the generation of more jobs and more companies, as well as...

    Sports Schools, English Courses, Cooking, or Beauty Will Have to Pay VAT

    In July 2019, with the entry into force of the Law of Strengthening public finances, free courses will be taxed with the Value Added...
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