The experience of our responsible professionals in the tax area and their understanding of the business sectors in the Dominican Republic, allow us to develop effective strategies in favor of our clients in the tax field, helping them effectively comply with tax duties and obligations.
Our services are personalized and depending on the size of the business, we take into account the business classification according to Law No. 488-08, of December 19, 2008, which establishes the Regulatory Regime for the Development and Competitiveness of Micro, Small and Medium Enterprises (MSMEs), modified by Law 187-17, which in its article 2, complemented by Resolution No. 05-2021, establishes a business classification for companies according to the number of workers and gross sales . According to said Resolution, a natural person or legal entity that carries out agricultural, industrial, commercial or service activities, rural or urban, will be classified as:
We focus on providing legal advice in the following areas:
Our specialized assistance services for SMEs, includes advice on their tax obligations and data submission tools, monthly and annual sworn statements, formalization before the Chamber of Commerce and Production, commercial registry, General Directorate of Internal Taxes, Ministry of Labor and Social Security Treasury, among others.
These are the commitments that natural and legal persons acquire at the time of registering in the RNC as taxpayers, responsible parties or third parties.
Tax obligations are established by law and are assigned based on the economic activities declared by the Taxpayer. These are born on the start date of operations declared by him at the time of his registration with the RNC and must be fulfilled on specific dates.
The main tax obligations in the Dominican Republic:
The advantages that MSMEs obtain when formalizing as taxpayers are the following:
Activities that generate tax obligations in the D.R.
Contact us and we can advise you to satisfactorily comply with tax duties and obligations, and explore possible savings that we could identify based on the legal basis of Law 11-92, its regulations, general rules and binding consultations.