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Costa Rica

Carla Coghi

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Deloitte Costa Rica

Deloitte Building

El Cafetal Corporate Center

La Ribera de Belén

Heredia

Costa Rica


Tel: +506 2246 5000

Fax: +506 2246 5100

Email: ccoghi@deloitte.com

Website: www.deloitte.com/cr

Carla Coghi, Deloitte Costa Rica, joined the member firm in 2000 and is a tax partner based in Costa Rica. She specialises in the development of the tax audit engagements and advisory for the free zone regime.

She has a master's degree in tax consulting and is an authorised public accountant.

Carla has more than 19 years of experience in the tax area. She focuses on customers from the commerce, service, retail, production, and free zone areas. Carla specialises in fiscal compliance (direct and indirect tax), preventive tax audits, advisory services during tax audit processes, and tax consulting, involving the traditional regime and free zone. Since she joined the firm, she has served multiple multinational and local companies.

Carla is also a member of the Costa Rican Association of Certified Public Accountants Collegiate, the Board of Directors of the Associations of Free Zones (AZOFRAS), and the Committee on Fiscal Affairs of CADEXCO (chamber of exporters of Costa Rica). She has given seminars open to the general public, as well as for the board of directors of the Chamber of Commerce, and for clients.

Carla earned her bachelor's degree in business administration with an emphasis on public accounting from the University of Costa Rica, and her master's degree in tax consulting from the University for International Cooperation.

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