Former Tax Authority Joins Indacochea & Asociados

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13 de abril de 2021

Ex-Executive Director of the Tax Challenges Authority and the National Tax Service, joins as a Senior Associate. 

Indacochea & Asociados strengthens its Tax Department with the incorporation of Dolly Salazar. With almost 20 years of experience, she has served as Chief of the Legal Department and District Manager of the National Tax Service and as Executive Director of the Santa Cruz Regional Tax Challenges Authority (highest position at regional level).

We reaffirm our commitment to provide the best and most complete legal advice to our Clients, being faithful to our vision of becoming the true allies of each business, therefore, not only delivering outstanding legal counsel but also accompanying our Clients in all aspects that require it.

Dolly K. Salazar Perez joins the IA, reaffirming the growth of our Tax Department. She is specialized in tax planning, analysis and projection of administrative and tax litigation processes that arise as a result of audits initiated by the Tax Administration and other public entities.

With almost 20 years of experience in the public tax area, Dolly from 2013 to 2021 has been Executive Director of the Authority for Tax Challenges – AIT Regional Santa Cruz and before that, from 2004 to 2013 she served as Manager of the National Tax Service District and Graco Santa Cruz.

With unmatched experience in tax defense, Dolly provides our Clients with legal advice in the defense of appeals or contentious lawsuits filed against Determination Rulings, Penalty Rulings, Administrative Rulings, as well as in Constitutional Protections filed by the Tax Administration.

In addition to her legal practice, Dolly has worked as a speaker of internal and external programs of the Tax Authority and the National Tax Service. She has also been a professor of the Postgraduate Tax Program at the Universidad Privada de Santa and for the Diploma in Public Policy and Management from the Plurinational School of Public Management.

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