Make you move to Puerto Rico

With tax incentives for businesses, like Act 20 for export services, and for investors, such as Act 22, you may be eligible to save on taxes while enjoying the beauty of living on a tropical island. Learn more about the incentives, moving to Puerto Rico, and life on the island with our Guides and Articles. You can also find trust-worthy service providers who are familiar with the Act 20/22 community. 

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HUB International CLC

HUB International CLC

in Insurance Brokers

HUB International CLC is the third largest insurance brokerage firm in Puerto Rico. With a highly focused and energetic workforce comprised of 80 Employees, we continue to be the fastest growing insurance brokerage firm on the Island.

Robinson School

Robinson School

in Schools

Leading the future since 1902, Robinson School is the first College-Preparatory school in Puerto Rico. We are San Juan’s only International Baccalaureate World School. Our rigorous academic program begins from early childhood through 12th grade.

Seguros Javier Calderón, Inc.

Seguros Javier Calderón, Inc.

in Insurance Brokers

YOUR FAMILY AND BUSINESS ARE IN GOOD HANDS WITH US. Our knowledgeable and dynamic team guarantees a highly professional, ethical and cost effective analysis on how to best protect your business, property, life and health.

Torres CPA Group

Torres CPA Group

in Tax Accountants & CPAs, Employment & Payroll Services, Tax Consultants

Torres CPA Group dates back to 1981 when its founder, CPA William Torres Torres, after several years working with one of the leading international CPA firms, began his own practice.

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Notaries in Puerto Rico

Notaries in Puerto Rico

in Business in Puerto Rico

You will at various times in the life of your Act 20 and/or Act 22 decree, or as resident of Puerto Rico, need to have documents notarized. This should be a simple task that can be done quickly at any notary office, usually without an appointment

IRS Form 8898 for Puerto Rico Residents

IRS Form 8898 for Puerto Rico Residents

in Moving to Puerto Rico, Tax-related

As a new resident of Puerto Rico you will need to inform the IRS of your move and becoming a bona fide resident of the territory. This is done with IRS Form 8898 and includes a range of questions about your move and income.

Puerto Rico Tax Table 2016

Puerto Rico Tax Table 2016

in Useful Information, Business in Puerto Rico

Estimate your Puerto Rican taxes for regular income with the 2016 tax table.

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