alexis said:Few Argentines declare their investments outside of Argentina. It's not just an expat issue!
I sincerely hope that is correct!EMR said:Yes but Steve, the way it was explained to me is that if you begin by rentista and renew so after the 3rd year etc it becomes permanent instead of temporary, you still have qualified rentista so you would not be expected to pay tax on the pension income etc, however if you begin a business or earn money in Argentina, you would have to pay on that portion of it. That's why they need to talk to a lawyer and not off of a post. The change from temporary to permanent is just that but it depends on the type which you came in with. make sense?