Real estate transactions in Argentina are made in cash and in dollars. So, potential foreign buyers should consider this fact, since they will need cash to complete the transaction. Foreigners have basically three ways of getting cash into Argentina:
At the moment of setting up a business in Mendoza, investors have the following options: to establish a branch office of a foreign company, purchase an ownership interest in an existing company or create a new company. The main characteristics, requirements and implications of the different legal forms of business organizations in Argentina are described… Read More Establishing a business
The development, acquisition and lease of real estate in Mendoza are mainly regulated by the Argentine Civil Code, which is applicable over the whole country. Also, provincial and municipal governments have their own specific regulations, licenses and authorizations.
Taxes in Argentina are levied by the national, provincial and municipal authorities, and they are mainly imposed on income, assets and consumption. At the national level, it is the AFIP (Federal Administration of Public Revenue), a self-governed entity under the jurisdiction of the Ministry of Economy and Public Finances, which is in charge of tax… Read More Tax System
The hiring of employees is regulated by Labor Contract Act No. 20744 (LCT in Spanish), which establishes various types of contracts which are described below.