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Pellerano & Herrera Foundation publishes the third edition of the Annotated Tax Code of the Dominican Republic

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The Pellerano & Herrera Foundation published the third edition of the Annotated Tax Code and its Complementary Legislation of the Dominican Republic The book was first published in 2001 and has been updated with additional notes by experts in tax and fiscal law in the country. This publication gathers each and every one of the modifications that have been made to the Dominican Tax Code, the regulations issued for its implementation and its amendments, the general rules issued by the Internal Revenue Department, and additional notes on several laws that although are not part of the Tax Code, they are closely linked to it.

This book is a valuable source of useful tax information for law professionals, specifically those specialized in public law, for technical and professional accountants and tax consultants, for university professors, students, and the general public interested in this topic. The Pellerano & Herrera Foundation aims to promote and implement projects to develop values and skills in the national legal community. Its mission is to collaborate with different sectors of the country and contribute to the needs of the legal sector, promoting the welfare of society. In addition to its role in education, the Pellerano & Herrera Foundation actively participates in the publication of journals in the law area land best-sellers like this one, contributing high legal value. For sales information please contact the Pellerano & Herrera Foundation at 809-541-5200 Ext. 4402.

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