One of these regularization programs focuses on unpaid installments of taxes assets due during 2020, and covers both families and companies.
Another focuses on taxpayers who carry out activities affected by the pandemic, and includes Gross Income, Automotive and Basic Real Estate debts, both in built-up urban and rural plants, due in 2021. The third is aimed at companies that act as collection agents.
Director of OR, Cristian Girard, explained that “We extended the validity of these moratoriums because we know that they are important for families, businesses, professionals, SMEs and other companies. The pandemic created a complicated situation, so we continue to accompany the private sector so that it can catch up and move forward “.
“We do our accompaniment to Buenos Aires residents by providing benefits, without increasing the tax burden, without suffocating them, understanding the situation and being by their side, to help them comply. We have gone through a difficult experience, but we are recovering quickly “, highlighted Girard.
In this sense, he stressed that the moratoriums “They are part of the productive recovery program launched by Governor Axel Kicillof to reactivate the economy, generate employment and improve people’s income”.
“With these three initiatives to regularize debts, we have already constituted more than 83,200 payment plans, with financing of $ 10,600 million, which shows the positive reception that the benefit had”, he specified Girard.
To know details of the current plans or adhere to the moratoriums, the taxpayers can enter arba.gob.ar, where they will also obtain the settlements and the electronic payment code.
The moratoriums that extend until the end of the year cover the following segments:
Property taxes due in 2020
Includes unpaid installments of Basic and Complementary Real Estate, Automotive and Sports Boats due last year. Provides discounts of up to 100% on penalties and interest. The benefits are segmented with a progressive character, depending on the payment capacity of households and companies, providing greater facilities for those who were most affected. It foresees a financing of up to 24 installments.
Debts of 2021 in activities affected by the pandemic
Includes Gross Income, Automotive and Basic Real Estate taxes, both in built-up urban and rural plants. It seeks to provide facilities so that businesses, freelancers, SMEs, companies and other taxpayers, who have had a drop in sales or increases of less than 40% in their billing, can regularize overdue debts this year in up to 18 installments without interest.
Collection agent plan
It allows to regularize debts from withholdings and perceptions not made, not entered or paid late, of Gross Income and Stamps, due as of December 31, 2020, both in judicial and pre-judicial instance. It provides financing in up to 48 installments, depending on the size of the company and the type of debt.
It includes the possibility of regularizing interests, surcharges and fines, as well as debts from previous regimes that are expired as of December 31, 2020.