Juan Troccoli manages the corporate tax and accounting department at Andersen, which is one of the largest tax and legal firms in Uruguay. He has a degree from Georgetown on international taxation.
So he’s really the person for Karen A Higgs, founder of @Guru’Guay to be bringing international readers’ questions about taxes in Uruguay. In this interview they jump right in to discuss the point at which a foreigner needs to start paying tax, tax obligations when you live in Uruguay but work for a company abroad, taxes on royalties and tax breaks for business owners. And Karen asks whether filing taxes in Uruguay is going to get less frustrating in the future.
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Video production: Guru’Guay
Interviewer: Karen A Higgs, Guru’Guay
Experts: Juan I Troccoli at Andersen