From what amount do banks report operations to AFIP?

From what amount do banks report operations to AFIP?
August 28, 2023 – 13:26

For a few months, banks have been investigating the movements of all their clients. I know the details.

Purchases with debit: from what amount do banks report operations to AFIP

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The Federal Administration of Public Revenues (AFIP) revealed the updating of the amounts for which banking institutions must give notice of the movements made with the Debit.

Debit card: AFIP limit amount

Through General Resolution 5348/2023, the AFIP determined that the limit amount in which they will begin to investigate the consumption of the cards is $120,0004 times more than before.

When the expenses made with the debit cards reach or exceed that amount, financial institutions must facilitate the detailed information on the movements made.


Digital wallets: when does AFIP start investigating you?

users of virtual wallets will be investigated by Applicationsand notified with the AFIP, if equal or exceed the new regulations:

  • If total income or expenses had been recorded in the period, equal to or greater than $120,000.
  • Balances as of the last business day of the reported monthly period are equal to or greater than $200,000 in the month (positive and negative amounts).
  • When the type of operation, whether it is cash in or out, bank transfer, in foreign currency, digital currency, is a bank and/or virtual transfer, to a amount equal to or greater than $400,000.



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