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Kelly wrote:Like you said - it's the little things, like going to Ripley and getting a credit card. A carnet does NOT make you a citizen.
ducado wrote:If you want to get a Ripley card, they will need proof of Peruvian income. So even if you get a Carnet based on marriage, you still don't have income in Peru, so you don't exist in the Peruvian system for Ripley and the likes.
So you still would not get a Ripley card.
Your income comes from abroad, so for a Peruvian credit system that doesn't exist.
About taxes/inheritence etc I don't know.
curlyguy18 wrote:As far as taxes goes, I think Peruvians pay taxes when their income exceeds 2000 soles or something like that (it's called 5ta Categoria) and there's a percentage for it, which I am not aware of.
Can anyone elaborate as to how taxes work here??
mammalu wrote:So all Rentistas must rent a place to live?