Milciades Rodríguez’s practice includes Tax Advice, Administrative Claims, Tax Contentious Claims, Strategy Design and Tax Planning, Corporate Reorganizations and Due Diligence Procedures.
He has been a tax advisor to some of the major international hotel industries and chains, as well as the main infrastructure and development projects operating in the country, mainly in corporate and international taxation, local taxation and litigation-tax procedures. Mr. Rodríguez has also offered advice to family businesses and individuals in strategy design and tax planning, local taxation and transfer prices.
He’s a university professor, as well as panelist and lecturer in tax matters at the Master’s and Post-Graduate level at several of the most prestigious public and private universities and centers of higher studies in the country, such as the Universidad Autónoma de Santo Domingo, Pontificia Universidad Católica Madre y Maestra, Universidad Nacional Pedro Henríquez Ureña, Instituto Tecnológico de Santo Domingo, Universidad Iberoamericana de Santo Domingo, BARNA Business School, Fundación APEC y la Escuela Nacional de Finanzas y Auditoría (National Finance and Auditing School). He also collaborates in Diplomas, Courses, Workshops and Seminars organized by the Institute of Authorized Public Accountants of the Dominican Republic, accredited Chambers of Commerce in the country and Business Associations.
Milcíades is a renowned writer on tax issues, author of multiple executive summaries regarding the various Tax Reforms that have been produced in the Dominican Republic. He is also co-author of the four editions of one of the most important works in this field published in the country: Annotated Tax Code of the Dominican Republic and Complementary Legislation.
He is an Authorized Public Accountant (CPA), graduated from Universidad O&M with a Postgraduate Degree in Tax Accounting from Universidad Autónoma de Santo Domingo.
He has also studied Trusts in BanColombia, the Latin American Federation of Banks, the Monterrey Institute of Technology in Santo Domingo and the Colombian Trust Alliance; and has studied the Prevention of Money Laundering at the prestigious INCAE Business School of Costa Rica.
He is currently Chairman of the Committee on Tax Affairs of the Institute of Authorized Public Accountants of the Dominican Republic (ICPARD), an institution to which he has belonged for more than a decade. In addition to this he is Founding Member and former President of the National Council of Tax Advisers.