Robb Rill

Three sides to the story

I often say there are three sides to a story. Everyone has a natural bias when telling their side. You have one view, the opposing view, and you have the truth usually somewhere in the middle. Recently, GQ Magazine released an article two days before the anniversary of Hurricane Maria (which devastated our island) that highlights the tax acts (specifically Acts 20 and 22), and how Puerto Rico became a tax haven for the “Super Rich”. While almost all the facts in the article were accurate (sans what is truly exempt as Puerto Rico sourced income), they were mostly presented in a disappointing way. Moreover, it was unfortunate to see how the facts that did not support Jesse Barron’s (the author) controversial angle were glossed over or omitted entirely from the article.

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sábado, 27 de febrero de 2021

Matar a “la gallinita de los huevos de oro”

Este es el único programa económico que ha tenido un éxito significativo en la isla desde que el Congreso abolió la Sección 936 que puso a Puerto Rico en una recesión durante más de 15 años, escribe 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

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