Where a foreign assignment continues to exist and parts of the expatriate’s duties are performed outside of Puerto Rico, any employment income received in respect of the foreign duties will remain not subject to Puerto Rican tax, provided the expatriate is not a resident of Puerto Rico.
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Last updated March 2013
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