RSM Global

Latin America

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UNDERSTANDING LATIN AMERICA

Business-friendly environment

The pace of reforms has stepped up in Latin America, with more governments working to increase transparency and promote business. Add a growing number of consumers and you have a thriving, investment-friendly environment.
RSM members in the region excel at scaling their service delivery to foreign and national companies, both large and small. Operating from ground level, we will work with you to safeguard the financial integrity of your Latin American operations, wherever they are located, with ingenuity and dependability.

We are the perfect choice for the growing number of medium-sized businesses who want to work and invest in Latin America. Across our firms we have an in-depth knowledge of the local environment in each country, and a broad range of technical skills that is supplimented by the collective strength of our global network. 

Work with us and we will take the time to fully comprehend your business, mindset and strategy, and provide you with relevant insights to help make Latin America a business-friendly environment for you.

Nicaragua: New Tax Law in Nicaragua

8 May 2014
On 1 January 2013, the Government of Nicaragua passed Law Nº 822: 'CONCERTATION TAX LAW'(CTL). This Act and its regulations contain important changes in the tax regime.

Peru: Double Taxation Treaties: Mexico, Korea, Portugal and Switzerland

8 May 2014
On 27 and 28 December 2013, the Peruvian Congress approved four International Tax Treaties to avoid double taxation (Tax Treaties) signed by Peru with Mexico, Korea, Portugal and Switzerland.

Chile: Tax Reform in Chile

8 May 2014
In March 2014, the recently elected President of Chile submitted a Bill to Congress with the goal of performing several changes through a structural tax reform to generate revenues. This reform is focused on four clear objectives:

Uruguay: Income Tax Exemption for marketing merchandise of foreign origin

28 February 2014
According to legislation in force in Uruguay, activities by foreign entities outside Uruguay; and those with goods in transit or deposited in customs facilities, port facilities, bonded warehouses and free trade zones of Uruguay, are exempt from income tax, when the merchandise is neither originated nor destinated to Uruguay.

USA: Cross Border Tax Enforcement and FATCA

28 February 2014
The U.S. government continues to view offshore tax evasion as a significant loss of potential tax revenue. As a result, the government has been increasing its international enforcement efforts and targeting US taxpayers with undisclosed foreign accounts or holdings with a number of punitive rules designed to force reporting compliance.

Argentina: Taxation of gains from the transfer of shares and dividends

28 February 2014
Significant amendments have been introduced to Income Tax regulations, extending the tax scope to include certain financial gains, that were exempt from income tax and establishing an additional tax rate on dividend distributions and companies profits. Law 26.893 provides that as from 23 September 2013:

Costa Rica: New Transfer Pricing legislation

28 February 2014
On 13 September 2013, the Ministry of Finance published Decree 37898-Hthat establishes new legislation on transfer pricing for Costa Rican taxpayers. Much of the legislation is common to that used in other countries in the region but there are some particular considerations to this new legislation.

Embracing the Mexican wave

26 February 2014
The first in a series of RSM blogs on the MINT economies looks at Mexico where collaboration, investment and entrepreneurialism are reaping rewards.

RSM World Day Newspaper 2013

5 October 2013
Read all about the RSM World Day social and charitable activities from over 70 countries around the globe.  

Building your career? Consider Chile.

21 August 2013
Guest post by Bob Burdett, RSM's Regional Leader for Latin America If you were starting out as a young and eager business professional in Latin America today where would you want to locate? My first choice would be Santiago, Chile, and sometimes I wish that I was a lot younger so that I could try my chances there.

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How can we help you? (Latin America)

Regional Office

RSM Latin America
Av. El Golf 40,
Las Condes,
Santiago

T: +56 (2) 2580 0400

Regional Leader
Brendan Quirk

RSM Representation in Latin America:

Argentina
Bolivia
Brazil
Chile
Colombia
Dominican Republic
Ecuador
El Salvador
Guatemala
Honduras
Nicaragua
Panama
Peru
Uruguay
Venezuela