Can a U.S. or Canadian citizen use their home in Costa Rica to produce an income? Is there a tax liability in Costa Rica in doing so?
Miami, FL (PRWEB) June 22, 2013
On Tuesday July 16th at 7 p.m. Eastern Time, Pacific Estates, Costa Rica’s newest gated community located minutes from the towns of Uvita and Ojochal on the South Pacific coast, will present a unique Question and Answer session about Costa Rica that answers the big questions – questions that often seem to be avoided when asked by Americans or Canadians who are looking to buy property in the country.
- How do I know I am buying from an owner and not from a squatter?
- When buying a home, how long should it take to get the deed and what is the process?
- Can a U.S. or Canadian citizen use their home in Costa Rica to produce an income? Is there a tax liability in Costa Rica in doing so?
- What are the privacy laws in Costa Rica as it pertains to financial records?
- What is the process for obtaining residency and then citizenship in Costa Rica?
- Are firearms legal in Costa Rica?
These are just a small sample of the many questions that will be answered during this revealing sessions. Hosted by Pacific Estates Managing Director Meyer Godur, the presentation will be made by Fernán Pacheco a partner at Facio & Cañas (pictured). A member of the Costa Rican Bar Association since 1989 Pacheco has been a member of the Costa Rican Institute of Notary Law since 1989 and specializes in civil law, commercial law, corporate law, notarial law, tourism and urbanism.
Facio & Cañas was founded in 1942 and is one of Costa Rica’s most prestigious law firms having a strong reputation of in-depth professional experience in all areas of business law. Their team is comprised of highly capable attorneys that participate in a broad range of professional, civic and corporate activities.
To register for this one time one-of-a-kind Web Seminar click here.
To learn more about Facio & Cañas visit their Web site at http://www.fayca.com.