Business Operations in Argentina (Portfolio 7000)

  • In this Portfolio, our expert authors provide information that will enable foreign businesses and their professional advisors to determine the best methods of conducting business operations in Argentina from both the tax and general legal points of view.

Description

The Business Operations in Argentina Portfolio analyzes in detail the statutory and procedural framework of Argentine taxation as it applies to corporations and individuals. In addition to providing a detailed explanation of the Argentine system of income taxation, the Portfolio discusses the legal forms of business enterprises, licensing and franchising in Argentina, immigration regulations, labor relations, business financing, currency and exchange control, value added tax, the tax on presumptive minimum income, and the tax on real and personal property, as well as the impact on the Argentine tax treatment of the tax treaties entered into by Argentina.

Table of Contents

Portfolio 7000-1st: Business Operations in Argentina

I. Argentina

II. Operating a Business in Argentina

III. Forms of Doing Business in Argentina

IV. Principal Taxes

V. Taxation of Domestic Corporations

VI. Taxation of Foreign Corporations: Subsidiaries and Branches

VII. Taxation of a Branch

VIII. Taxation of Partnerships

IX. Taxation of a Sole Proprietorship

X. Taxation of Other Business Entities

XI. Taxation of Resident Individuals

XII. Taxation of Nonresidents

XIII. Inter-Company Pricing

XIV. Special Provisions Relating to Multinational Corporations

XV. Avoidance of Double Taxation

Adolfo Atchabahian
Adolfo Atchabahian
Professor of Public Finance and Tax Law
ESTUDIO ATCHABAHIAN
Abel Adolfo Atchabahian
Abel Adolfo Atchabahian
Tax Attorney
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