Puerto Rico Tax Records Search

Perform a free Puerto Rico public tax records search, including assessor, treasurer, tax office and collector records, tax lookups, tax departments, property and real estate taxes.

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Puerto Rico Tax Records include documents related to property taxes, business taxes, sales tax, employment taxes, and a range of other taxes in PR. Tax Records include property tax assessments, property appraisals, and income tax records. Certain Tax Records are considered public record, which means they are available to the public, while some Tax Records are only available with a Freedom of Information Act (FOIA) request.

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  • Puerto Rico property tax records
  • Tax payment records
  • Employment tax records
  • PR business tax records
  • County sales tax records
Puerto Rico Property Tax Records

Property tax records include property assessments, property tax payment records, and mortgages. Public records searches can identify property ownership for PR properties, look up a parcel ID or tax exemption ID, or find real estate tax records that show a property's value. A property tax record search can identify records related to commercial and residential properties. These Tax Records help prospective buyers, real estate agents, and property developers understand a property's history, including its property tax assessments, changes to the property tax bill, and unpaid property taxes.

Find PR Tax Payment Records

Tax Records created at the Puerto Rico state, and federal level report statistical information on tax payments which are available to the public. These tax payment records list the total taxes paid, provide information on how tax proceeds were spent, and identifies any problems with tax collection. Puerto Rico tax reports, for example, show residents how their tax dollars are being spent at the local level and how much tax revenue the Puerto Rico government collects.

Puerto Rico Sales Tax Records

Sales tax records provide information on taxes on goods and services, including taxes on alcohol, fuel, cigarettes, and some luxury items. These Tax Records list the tax rates on these items in PR, including state and local sales tax. Sales tax records also provide information about the collection of taxes and the distribution of tax funds. Sales tax records are considered public records, available to the public from Puerto Rico offices.

Employment Tax Records

Government agencies and businesses maintain employment tax records for people employed in PR. These records provide information on taxes tied to Puerto Rico employment, including income taxes, Social Security and Medicare taxes, and unemployment taxes. Businesses must save their Tax Records for a specific amount of time. Self-employed workers in must also maintain and file tax reports on their earnings.