Puerto Rico’s Treasury Department issued an information bulletin—BI RI 18-16 (October 2, 2018)—for implementing mandatory electronic filing through “SURI” (the Spanish acronym for the department’s new digital portal for an internal revenue unified system).
The requirements for mandatory electronic reporting are to be phased in over a period of time.
As of Monday, December 10, 2018, the following must be reported electronically through SURI:
The Puerto Rico Treasury Department will issue additional information (publications) to provide further details on implementation, and expect to provide for the transition the filing of income tax obligations required by subtitle A of the Puerto Rico Internal Revenue Code through SURI during what is being referred to as “Phase 3” with a planned launched in December 2019.
For more information, contact a KPMG tax professional in Puerto Rico:
Rolando Lopez | +1 (787) 622-5340 | firstname.lastname@example.org
Carlos Molina | +1 (787) 622-5311 | email@example.com
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