|Contact Info||Telephone: +55 21 2127 4217|
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|Education||Universidade Federal do Rio de Janeiro (Bachelor of Law - J.D. equivalent, 2001); Universidade do Estado do Rio de Janeiro (Post-graduate Degree in Constitutional and Civil Law, 2006)|
|Admitted||2001, Rio de Janeiro, Brazil|
|Languages||English; Portuguese; Spanish|
Carolina M. Bottino is an associate in the Rio de Janeiro office of Tauil & Chequer Advogados' Tax practice. Carolina focuses her practice on taxation and civil law matters. She advises international oil and gas companies in their operations in Brazil on tax matters, especially regarding expatriates, individual taxation, immigration, labor and social security related issues.
Carolina also advises clients on customs and foreign trade matters involving special customs regimes such as REPETRO and Temporary Admission, and is deeply involved in litigation issues regarding ICMS.
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ICMS Conventions No. 3/2015, No. 4/2015 and No. 6/2015: Tax Amnesty Programs
for the States of Tocantins, Paraná, Maranhão and the Federal District
Carolina M. Bottino,Roberta P. Caneca,Celso Grisi,Ivan Tauil,Eduardo Maccari Telles, March 5, 2015
On 02/06/2015, the Official Gazette published the CONFAZ ICMS Conventions No. 3/2015, No. 4/2015, and No. 6/2015 enacted by the National Finance Policy Council - CONFAZ.
Provisional Measure No. 668/2015
Carolina M. Bottino,Roberta P. Caneca,Ivan Tauil,Eduardo Maccari Telles, March 5, 2015
As announced by the Ministry of Treasury, Provisional Measure No.668/2015 was published in the Official Gazette, on 01/30/2015, which, among other changes, increased the PIS / PASEP and COFINS on the import of goods and services.
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