Legal entities not reporting activity should de-register in June otherwise they will have to pay this tax.
If the owners of inactive companies do not de register, they will have to pay the tax, which is half of a basic monthly salary (currently $358.45 or ¢180,300) for active entities and 25% for inactive ones (¢ 90,150 would or $179.23).
Institutions and leading companies in Costa Rica are planning to run for the position of administrator of the National Telecommunications Fund.
Some 25 entities or organizations have shown interest in the project to implement the National Telecommunications Fund (Fonatel) which has funds of $180 million.
Some of the stakeholders are: Deloitte & Touche, Ernst &Young, Fundación Comisión Asesora en Alta Tecnología (Caatec), Fundación Costa Rica-Estados Unidos (Crusa), Fundación para la Investigación de la Universidad de Costa Rica (Fundevi) and Microsoft. The complete list can be found on the website of the Superintendencia de Telecomunicaciones (Sutel) at www.sutel.go.cr, reports Nacion.com.
A Deloitte survey on November-March travel plans suggests optimism and moderation by U.S. travelers.
Deloitte’s survey of 2,000 consumers in the United States revealed that almost half (45 percent) will take a vacation or leisure trip that involves staying overnight in a lodging facility, such as a hotel, motel or a timeshare, from the beginning of Thanksgiving week through March of next year. Additionally, the survey showed:
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