There’s a lot of profitable or commercial reasons why many people want to be lawyers. Being a lawyer can be one of the most financially secure ways to ensure a sustainable future. However, being a lawyer requires a morally calibrated personality that adheres to an acceptable level of ethics in the industry. This is the same concept that confronts among Brazilian lawyers these days. While they may differ in the way they serve the legal needs of the society, they share the same principles in how they go about their lawyer’s taxes and government obligations. One of the few people passionate about how to go through issues like this is Ricardo Tosto. In an article from Mundo Do Marketing, Ricardo shares his thoughts on the new law that tackles such tax affairs for lawyers in local and overseas location, which is the Law 13,254
The Law 13,256 Clauses
It is in this law that the guidelines on how lawyers both overseas and in Brazil can discuss some of their different rates that they get with their legal services. Ricardo Tosto believes that there has to be a mechanism or investigation process to make sure that the lawyers overseas are paying the equivalent of their tax obligations with the ones that local lawyers are paying.
Among the people that support Ricardo Tosto in his advocacy is Lawyer Gil Vicente Gama, the partner at the Nelson William Advogados and Associates office. With him, Ricardo believes that there has to be a joint effort to make the documentation of the taxes being paid by overseas lawyers be in in parallel with the ones being offered by the local counsels.
About Ricardo Tosto
It must be for your interest to know that Ricardo Tosto is right now a partner at Leite, Tosto e Barros Advogados Associados, which is based in Sao Paulo, Alagoas, Brazil. Other than the fact that he’s a dedicated and remarkable lawyer, he also maintains an honorable reputation for creating several legal mechanisms that can make processing of legal issues faster.
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