15th November 2016
An important new accounting requirement has been enacted in Panama, which MGI Montufar & Asociados consider to be of interest to all MGI Worldwide members whose Client deal with Panamanian corporations.
Law No. 52 of October 27th, 2016 published in the government’s official gazette No. 28149-B establishes the obligation to maintain accounting records for all offshore Panamanian legal entities and makes various provisions on related issues.
This new law will take effect from January 1, 2017 and obligates offshore legal entities, i.e. corporations, LLC, private interest foundations or similar structures, to keep accounting records and supporting documentation at the offices of their resident agent within Panama or otherwise at any other place inside or outside Panama as determined by its directors.
MGI Montufar & Asociados have prepared a short paper with information about this new accounting requirement to help MGI members and their Clients with Panamanian corporations.
DOWNLOAD PAPER HERE (PDF)
About MGI Montufar & Asociados, Panama
Established in 1967, the firm has nearly 50 years experience in providing a range of accounting, financial and consulting services to small and medium enterprises operating across various industries. They have been members of international accountancy network, MGI Worldwide in the Latin America Area for 10 years and are considered among the best accounting and tax consultancy firms in Panama.
Eduardo Montufar Roja at the firm is happy to assist in any further information needed to comply with this new law. You can contact Eduardo on email at firstname.lastname@example.org or on telephone +507 269 4945.
Visit their MGI Worldwide member profile page HERE
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