The Federal Administration of Public Revenues (AFIP) extended until July 31 the deadlines for taxpayers to cancel the obligations of taxes on Income and Personal Assets. It can be done in up to three installments and with a down payment of 25%.

The agency also extended the benefits of permanent payment plans for two months, in relation to the amount of installments and adhering plans.

Earnings and Personal Assets

General Resolution 5194/2022 defines that taxpayers can pay their personal income and property tax obligations in up to three installments and with a 25% payment on account. Likewise, it provides that the agency will not consider the category of the Risk Profile System (SIPER) of taxpayers when processing plans to regularize their obligations achieved.

The benefit reaches taxpayers included in categories A, B, C or D and excludes those who are categorized as “very high risk”, category E.

Permanent payment plans

Through General Resolution 5195/2022, the AFIP granted until July 31 the transitory validity corresponding to the number of admissible payment facility plans, as well as the number of installments and the financing interest rate applicable in the regime. of permanent payment facilities.

The maximum is 8 installments and 6 plans per person. In addition, the benefits in the conditions of the permanent payment plans for those who carry out critical activities will also continue in force until July 31, 2022.