terça-feira, 20 de novembro de 2012

Taxation of software importation by end users in Brazil

Update from July, 2014: Rules have changed. Please read    Reduction in the Brazilian taxation of imported services - if you are from the right country


One of the questions I have been receiving a lot lately is how to sell/import software to Brazil.

I have published an article about that at Alternative Latin Investor, an excellent magazine.

I hope it helps you to understand at least part of the regulations. You will find a link to download the article at the end of the post.
NOTE: After I wrote the article, the government has granted a partial exemption on the PIS/COFINS tax for some kinds of software licensing agreements. If you need a more updated information, please write me at adler@adler.net. br.

Adler Martins has teamed up with Alternative Latin Investor (ALI) to contribute to their cutting edge coverage of Latin America .  ALI’s newest issue, August/ September 2012, takes a look at the retail sector in Latin America.

Click here to read Adler’s article “Software Importation by End Users in Brasil” in Alternative Latin Investor:  

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