Doing business in Argentina
- How quickly can I set up a business?
- What is the minimum investment needed?
- How can I raise finance?
- What are the legal requirements for setting up my business?
- What structure should I consider?
- What advice can you give me in regards to payroll and taxation requirements?
- Is there anything else that I should know?
How quickly can I set up a business?
It will depend on the province you choose to settle, and if you form an individual business or a corporation, but plan for 6 weeks (consider publics deeds, commerce register, and bank accounts).
What is the minimum investment needed?
It will depend on the kind of business you are planning to run, starting at 1 dollar.
How can I raise finance?
Via shareholders or banks. Sometimes, finances are also raised via local investors, capital and/or assets.
What are the legal requirements for setting up my business?
What structure should I consider?
Stock company (Sociedad Anónima) (listed or closed), or individual company. You may also open a branch of your foreign company.
What advice can you give me in regards to payroll and taxation requirements?
Our services included: payroll, relocations, tax matters, BPO services, audit and consulting.
Is there anything else that I should know?
Argentina rules change very often. Annual inflation rate was 50% during 2020. That makes it difficult for planning, but also generates lots of good opportunities. Our office has already 58 years, so we have accumulated much experience on doing business during crisis.
Feel free to contact us and we will be happy to help you understand all rules that apply to the kind of business you plan to start.
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