I don't even begin to understand the Chilean tax system. But did you say that, if I declare income (I'm still under that 3 year holiday) and pay taxes each month I'll get it all back at the end of the year? Or would I just get a portion of it back?admin wrote: ↑Mon Oct 08, 2018 11:08 amwe recomend to all of our clients to start declaring something as soon as they can, even under temp residency, to start building a credit history in the country. the three year tax holiday is nice for new residents, and you can still take advantage of it, just declaring some basic income makes getting a normal financial life up and running easier.
Can anyone point me to the web page where I would need to declare my income? Is there a way to calculate how much I'd be paying in taxes on that income?