“The documentation that proves solvency and the new guarantees must be presented once a year by the customs operators. Then the AFIP evaluates it and defines if it is sufficient, for which part of the corroboration is made taking into account the tax affidavits. to the Profits and on the Personal Assets “, indicated the collecting organism.
The previous expiration date was October 31, and because the deadline for submitting these sworn statements was extended, the agency defined the extension of the dates that customs operators have to carry out the solvency accreditation and present the new guarantees.
The guarantees must be satisfactory for the AFIP in relation to the economic and patrimonial profile exposed in the affidavits, and among the types of guarantees to be constituted are cash guarantees, fixed-term deposits, bank guarantees, guarantee of public securities and surety insurance policies.
In the event that customs operators do not comply with the requirements indicated as of November 24, the solvency required to operate within the “Special Customs Registries” will automatically expire, as reported.