Robb Rill

A cash grab to augment deficiency in funds

There has been a very important bill that has been in the works for two years that unifies all different tax incentive codes under one cohesive law whose main architect was former DDEC Secretary, José Pérez Riera. Conceptually, this is a great idea because some laws relating to the tax incentives are outdated and others may even have conflicting language. The negative of trying to unify such a disparate and large number of laws in one place is complicated (the current bill is almost 600 pages) and it provides politicians the opportunity to tinker with things and rewrite important elements of the bill that affect all of us. 

Otras columnas de Robb Rill

jueves, 28 de mayo de 2020

Don’t Confuse the Issue

We do not believe the donations should be mandated to a special legislative list controlled by a few key politicians, writes Robb Rill

martes, 10 de marzo de 2020

Constantly Changing the Game

Puerto Rico’s attractiveness as a business jurisdiction is more uncertain than ever as a result of constant changes, writes Robb Rill

martes, 25 de junio de 2019

Dinero fácil

Robb Rill defiende las leyes 20 y 22 del Código de Incentivos de Puerto Rico



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