Welcome to Kreston PR LLC
The word “Kreston” is ancient Greek for “Trust”
Kreston PR, LLC is a certified public accountants and business consulting firm located in Puerto Rico. We are members of Kreston Global, an international network of independent accounting firms with the reputation for providing trusted compliance and advisory services to entrepreneurial business in the small or medium enterprises and mid-market sectors.
Currently ranking as the 13th largest accounting network in the world, covering over 120 countries with over 170 firms providing a resource of over 22,000 professionals and support staff.
Kreston members are accustomed to working together to provide creative and quality solutions for clients with international needs.
Based in Puerto Rico and Florida and led by Frank Sánchez Ruiz, Kreston PR, LLC provides auditing, accountancy and business consultancy services.
We provide reliable assurance, accounting, tax and advisory services in a professional and quality environment. Meet our team of professionals.
The U.S. Department of the Treasury’s Financial Crimes Enforcement Network (“FinCEN”) issued a Final Rule addressing reporting obligations concerning beneficial ownership information (“BOI”) under the Corporate Transparency Act (“CTA”)
The Puerto Rico Internal Revenue Code (“Code”), Section 1061.16, establishes the time and place for filing the required income tax returns with the Puerto Rico Treasury Department, being every April 15 the main income tax due date for individuals and corporate taxpayers with calendar year-end.
US Department of Labor Announces Final Rule on Classifying Workers as Employees or Independent Contractors Under the Fair Labor Standards Act
The U.S. Department of Labor announced a final rule to help employers and workers better understand when a worker qualifies as an employee and when they may be considered an independent contractor under the Fair Labor Standards Act.
Kreston Global has developed an Impact Plan that will help us become a more sustainable network and to create “positive impact.
A moratorium on new Employee Retention Credit claims will allow the IRS to better protect the public from scams
Amid rising concerns about a flood of improper Employee Retention Credit claims.
People do business with people they know, like and trust.