Sunday, January 26, 2014

2013 in Review: Modifications to Puerto Rico Alternative Minimum Tax for Corporations


The Alternative Minimum Tax (AMT) calculation was modified to account for a tentative minimum tax calculation that includes - 30% tentative minimum tax on alternative minimum net income; or the value from the sum of:
  • Payments for related party non-PR services -- 20% tentative minimum tax. (This can include services from a home office to its Puerto Rico local office)
  • Personal property acquisitions and purchases from corporate related parties -- 2% tentative minimum tax
  • Special Gross Income Tax - special tax ranging from 0.20% to 0.85% depending on the level of the gross income
There are more rules and this post contains simplifications and is not comprehensive. Additionally, as always, a professional should be consulted and be presented with specific information.


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