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the new scales and quotas with the Bases law

the new scales and quotas with the Bases law
the new scales and quotas with the Bases law

The modifications to the Simplified Regime for Small Taxpayers were approved with 37 positive votes and 35 negative votes. Article 100, which extended the social monotax, was rejected.

After a marathon session, the ruling party achieved the approval of the Bases law and the fiscal package in general. Coming to the end of the day, the Senate also approved the changes to the monotax.

Meanwhile, article 100 that extended the monotribute social, which benefits lower-income sectors with the aim of promoting their formalization, was rejected.

The changes in the monotax

Among the main points of the monotribute The billing maximums are found, which amount to $68 million annually and new rates according to categoriesalso introduces important reforms in scales and quotas of the regime. At the same time, no limits will be established for the highest categoriesaccording to the activity carried out by the taxpayer.

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The Senate approved the tax package, but rejected Earnings and Personal Assets.

The Senate approved the tax package, but rejected Earnings and Personal Assets.

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As for article 100, which extended the existence of the social monotax figure, it was rejected. This allows taxpayers check inpower toaccess a social work and also enter the retirement system. In addition, it contemplates that the monotributista pays only 50% of the payment, which corresponds to the social work and that, what makes up the tax and pension component, is subsidized at 100% and the other 50%.

What would be the new monotax scales in AFIP?

The proposed values ​​carry the maximum annual income to the following amounts, depending on the category:

  • TO: would rise from $2,108,288.01 to $6.45 million.
  • b: would rise from $3,133,941.63 to $9.45 million.
  • c: would rise from $4,387,518.23 to $13.25 million.
  • d: would rise from $5,449,094.55 to $16.45 million.
  • AND: would rise from $6,416,528.72 to $19.35 million.
  • F: would rise from $8,020,660.9 to $24.25 million.
  • g: would rise from $9,624,793.05 to $29 million.
  • h: would rise from $11,916,410.45 to $44 million.
  • Yo: would rise from $13,337,213.22 to $49.25 million.
  • J.: would rise from $15,285,088.04 to $56.4 million.
  • K: would rise from $16,957,968.71 to $68 million.

Source: Ambito

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