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    Thanks for all of the great pictures! Great memories.
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  2. When investing in a real estate in Panama, it is necessary to consider several factors and numbers in order to analyze if the purchase you want to make is profitable. This is why it is important to foreign investors to understand how the tax system works in Panama and what types of taxes must be paid when investing in real estate. There are three types of property taxes in Panama, which I will explain in detail below. First of all, Panama does not have what is known in Germany as “Grunderwerbsteuer" (real estate purchase tax). That is to say, the fiscal code in Panama does not contain a t
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  3. registered with no problem. I check it 3 times a week. no appointment yet.
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  4. Many clients moving to Panama want to start taking their first steps in the Panamanian banking system, and they always ask me the same questions. It is for this reason that on this occasion I want to talk about banking products in Panama. The Panamanian banking system does not resemble the South American banking system, nor does it resemble or copy the European banking system nor that of the United States. In Panama we are used to take the best of each country and then make our own version. Over the years Panama created its own banking system which I want to explain in general today. What
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  5. Wishing each of you a happy Easter and wanted to share with you some pictures of the Easter bags event. A big thank you to everyone that helped make this possible. First was the boiling of the eggs, thanks to Mort's Bakery: then decorating the eggs: Then the bagging of the Easter bags: Finally the ultimate goal of delivering the Easter bags, clothes and blankets to the k
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    Friday March 19th we'll leave again from the Wilson bridge at 8:00 AM, drive to Lucero and hike the Estrella route. This is a 2 hour hike over mostly gravel streets with moderate hills, level 7 for distance, level 8 for difficulty, 6 miles, 14,000 steps. Bring water and wear hiking boots. Show up or email rimerman1@gmail.com.
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