The tax domicile is the basic requirement that every legal entity must comply with, and that must be reported through the Initiation of Activities so that the Internal Revenue Service has a registered domicile to locate the respective taxpayer.
The commercial domicile consists of the place where the taxpayer actually carries out economic activity.
We offer you virtual office services so that your company can file a tax domicile with the Internal Revenue Service and the respective municipality, an essential requirement for your company to be able to operate and start invoicing.
At the moment of starting your company, it is necessary to carry out a series of steps before the Internal Revenue Service, such as the start of activities, accreditation of the registered office, and verification of the activity.
The accreditation of domicile in Santiago is made once the initiation of activities has been made, and for this it will be necessary to accredit before the Internal Revenue Service how the property that will be used as domicile of the company will be occupied. For this purpose, it is possible to use a property owned by the company or by one of the partners (depending on the line of business). The third possibility, and the most recommended, in case the line of business of the company allows it, is to rent a "virtual office" or tax domicile. In LanzateSolo we offer you the service of renting a tax domicile, so that you can start your activities before the SII and your company can subsequently prove domicile and therefore start invoicing.
We offer you virtual office services so that your company can file an address with the Internal Revenue Service and the respective municipality, an essential requirement for your company to be able to operate and start invoicing.
In order to start activities of a company and legal entity before the SII (Internal Revenue Service) in Chile, it is required to inform an address so that the Internal Revenue Service has a registered address to locate the respective taxpayer.
Subsequently, the accreditation of the domicile must be done, for which it will be necessary to prove before the Internal Revenue Service how the property that will be used as the domicile of the company will be occupied.
Depending on the line of business or activity to be carried out, this domicile may or may not coincide with the physical place where the activity is carried out. It is for this reason that a distinction must be made between a commercial domicile and a tax domicile.