Tax firms and CPA plan seminar for U.S. citizens in Escazu, Costa Rica
A new, innovative Costa Rican legal services company, Essentials, has recently entered into a joint venture with a long-established United States tax and accounting firm, U.S. Tax and Accounting Services S.A., and a Costa Rican certified public accountant, Jorge Granados, to put together an informational seminar for U. S. citizens and permanent residents living in Costa Rica.
They will be presenting an informational seminar this Wednesday, Aug. 28, at the Hotel Wyndham Gardens in Escazú at 4 p.m.
Essentials was founded in 2010 by Costa Rican attorneys and a U. S. financial analyst to provide legal services specifically for U. S. citizens and green card holders residing in Costa Rica.
U.S. Tax and Accounting Services, S.A., was founded over 15 years ago in Rohrmoser by Enrolled Agent Randall Lindner to provide tax and accounting services to U. S. citizens living around the world.
The legal, accounting, and regulatory environment has become increasingly complex in Costa Rica and in the United States. U.S. citizens and green card holders have unique challenges complying with Costa Rican law and complying with their new U.S. tax obligations as expatriates.
These professionals are working to put together an informational seminar to help U.S. citizens with all of the various issues they may face. Scheduling individual meetings with a Costa Rican attorney, a Costa Rican CPA, and a U. S. tax accountant would cost several hundred dollars in consultation fees. However, this joint seminar will be priced at only $40 per person or $60 per couple for advanced registration, or $50 per person at the door, the firms said.
Essentials, U.S. Tax and Accounting, and Jorge Granados are presenting the informational seminar Wednesday, Aug. 28, at the Hotel Wyndham Gardens in Escazú at 4 p.m. For more information or for registration, those interested can contact Jimena Ramirez at 8370-0373 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
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