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Puerto Rico Relocation Checklist

If you're looking to move to Puerto Rico to take advantage of tax incentives, you have a potentially murky path ahead of you. In reality, the process is relatively simple, and thanks to recent reforms and new digital processes, it's much easier than it used to be. Luckily we are here to take you through the key steps for your research and—depending on what you find—your relocation.

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A Quick Introduction to Puerto Rico Tax Incentives

Puerto Rico is unique. As an unincorporated US territory since 1898 it has control over its own financial system. This has enabled the territory to grant dozens of tax incentives dating back to 1945. In this guide we take you through a brief history of those incentives that have brought us to this point, taking us all the way to Act 60, passed in July 2019.

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Everything You Need to Know About PR Real Estate

Finding the perfect Puerto Rican pad is tough. There's not a lot of information online. What is online, is mostly outdated. Real estate agents can also be hard to find. In this guide we walk you through the subtle, and not-so-subtle, differences between Puerto Rico real estate and mainland US real estate to help you find your ideal spot on the Island of Enchantment.

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Puerto Rico Relocation Checklist

If you're looking to move to Puerto Rico to take advantage of tax incentives, you have a potentially murky path ahead of you. In reality, the process is relatively simple, and thanks to recent reforms and new digital processes, it's much easier than it used to be. Luckily we are here to take you through the key steps for your research and—depending on what you find—your relocation.

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Could Puerto Rico Become the 51st State?

Puerto Rico became a part of the US the same year Hawaii was annexed in 1898, but while Hawaii became America's 50th state in 1959, Puerto Rico has remained in limbo as an unincorporated territory for 120 years. One of the first questions new investors ask when they're evaluating the island is what will happen to Puerto Rico if it becomes a state. The short answer is Puerto Rico is likely a long way away from becoming a state if it ever happens. The long answer is a little more complex.

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A Brief History of Puerto Rico

Puerto Rico does a great job of defying expectations—sometimes, but not always, in a good way. How do you explain the culture to those who have never been here? It's neither American, nor latin, nor particularly Caribbean. It certainly doesn't feel like any of its geographical or geopolitical neighbors: Southern Florida, the Dominican Republic, Mexico, or the USVI. How did it get that way?

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Testimonials

The best part about Puerto Rico is definitely the community. I first became aware of the island's tax incentives, but it was the business community that gave me the confidence to move here, and the people that have kept me here.

Matt Ward

Viden Arbor Capital
I got a call from a friend on a Wednesday who told me about Puerto Rico. On Friday we were both on a plane. Puerto Rico changed absolutely everything. I wish I'd had a camera crew following us around because no one will believe what happened.

Jeff Crane

Gydz
I'd  been living in PR for three years when I met the team. I was blown away by how many more opportunities are here that I hadn't heard about. They definitely look at things in a unique way.

Brent Tanner

Tanner Industries

Puerto Rico’s PR Problem

Puerto Rico has it all. It's a tropical paradise with attractive tax incentives, including zero capital gains for qualified US citizens that relocate here, as well as dozens of incentives for finance, manufacturing, and entrepreneurship. It's part of the US but in the middle of the Caribbean, with 80 flights daily to the US mainland including direct to New York, Miami, Dallas, and Chicago. It's ten times bigger than all of the US Virgin Islands combined and has a unique culture and historic charm.

  • Tropical paradise with 270 miles of beaches and 85 degree year-round weather
  • Attractive tax incentives for US citizens not available anywhere else in the world
  • Convenient to the entire US East Coast, as well as Latin America
  • Birthplace of salsa dancing and the piña colada
  • American infrastructure: US legal system, banking system, postal service, phone networks, and federal agencies

Puerto Rico has it all. So why haven't you heard more about it? Most people don't know the difference between Puerto Rico and Costa Rica. Truly, Puerto Rico has a "PR" problem. But we don't want that to stand in your way. We are spreading the word about the opportunities, community, incentives, and amazing lifestyle available to everyone here.

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The Ultimate Guide to Puerto Rico

Moving to Puerto Rico is the best idea you've had all week. Whether you're interested in moving to Puerto Rico for the amazing tax incentives, the tropical island life, or the unparalleled business community, we've got you covered.

Rico Guide has been written by mainland US residents who took the leap and made the permanent move to Puerto Rico, aided by local experts who have helped thousands of people relocate. It includes:

  • The highest quality list of pre-vetted accountants, lawyers, estate agents and other service providers
  • A custom dashboard and checklist to help you plan every step and every detail
  • Access to a unique community for advice, referrals and problem-solving
  • Dozens of articles on all things Puerto Rico, written to help you make the move
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