In MAKAIA we continue working for the strengthening of the Social Sector Organizations. In addition to having an offer of Technology and Cooperation services, we develop events aimed at the socialization, learning and meeting of the Sector around relevant issues for its strategic management. After the successful conferences held in Medellin Bogotá and Cali, where the challenges and possibilities of Digital Transformation in the Social Sector were addressed, it is the turn now for the tax and accounting issue.
Probono Foundation, who have supported us in past activities with such important issues as the Personal Data Protection Policy/Habeas Data or Trademark Registry, will again be our ally this time, to work in a neuralgic issue for any nonprofit entity, as it is its qualification as a taxpayer of the Special Regime before the DIAN. We will also have the guidance of the law firm Uribe Henao, who will provide their experience in a day that will surely solve concerns and contribute to all attendees.
Here are the details:
Update in the Special Tax Regime.
Leaders, directors / administrative and operations coordinators, accountants of social organizations
Lina Marcela Hoyos García. Lawyer specializing in tax law and commercial law, has worked in Ignacio Sanín Bernal & Cía, Deloitte, among others. Currently works as a university professor and as a lawyer for Uribe Henao.
– Generalities of the Special Tax Regime (RTE): what is it? Who belong? What are the benefits
– Obligations of the RTE
– Key dates to take into account.
Date: Wednesday, February 27, 2019
Time: 8:00 a.m. to 10:00 a.m.
Place: Space of Coworking. Vivero del Software. Calle 7 # 48-111. Medellín (Contiguous to the INEM José Felix de Restrepo)