Puerto Rico Brings First-Ever Value-Added Tax To The U.S.

September 21, 2015
Laura Rojo-Eddy

Value-added taxes (VAT) have made their first landfall on U.S. shores as a potential fix to Puerto Rico’s financial crisis. Is this a harbinger of things to come in the continental U.S.? That may depend on how things go in Puerto Rico.  Read Full Article in the Forbes.

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