Welcome to Summerland Relocation Services (SRS-CR). Headquartered in Perez Zeledon in Costa Rica’s Southern Zone, we offer over 30 years of relocation experience with a wide array of services that include:
EXPLORE – Play, relocate or just explore: Our relocation tours have SPECIALIZED in Southern Costa Rica since 2006, and we know all the many (and often hidden) wonders in our area.
STAY – Vacation, short and long term rentals: We always RECOMMEND long term rentals and frequent visits before making your final move here.
PROPERTY – Buy, sell or create your own development: We have the EXPERTISE to save you from the pitfalls and help you create your dream.
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Earlier this year, we provided you with some changes being made regarding corporate ownership in Costa Rica. From the most recent we published “Tricky Tax Changes Coming in July”where we explained a lot of just that: tricky tax changes.
Today’s article is regarding a new law taking effect on September 1stcalled “Ley Para Mejorar La Lucha Contra El Fraude Fiscal” aka: The Law to Combat Tax Fraud.
Most individuals who own property here in Costa Rica do so under a corporation name. This means you pay corporation tax every year. In 2018, there were revisions made to the laws which require you to submit a form and pay taxes. See our articleon what was done last year to get a better understanding of the history.
If you haven’t done so already, you will need to complete the D-140 tax form and submit it to the Tax Administration.
Just recently we published an article regarding 2019 Corporation Taxes and Registration. The article focuses on updated laws requiring anyone who owns a corporation in Costa Rica to fill out a “D-140 form” which must be submitted to the Tax Administration …
Now we are writing about how to register shareholders and beneficial owners in Costa Rica. The government requires, by law, shareholders or beneficial owners of any Costa Rican corporation or foreign company to go through a very specific registration process. This process has been newly instituted and the obligation begins March 1st, 2019.
We have had a few people moving around. One resident here left for Mexico, a lady moved here from Mexico, and a couple that I know moved to Panama. Is there anything to be learned here? Well, I think so and it can be summed up with some words that I have used several times before. “Do Your Research”.
This is not advice, just my ramblings. All misspellings are mine.
Yes, let’s jump into the deep end of the pool and get into the sometimes controversial topic of climate or climate change whatever floats your boat.
Why? Climate is a BIG reason why people come to Costa Rica.
Perhaps I’ve always made choices which were not exactly what most of society would call ‘traditional’ or ‘safe’. Or maybe I just come off as a bit of an odd ball or misfit to some people. Perhaps what is really going on …