The AFIP established the regime of 10% refunds. for final consumers who make purchases in butchers with Chargeprepaid or similar associated with accounts opened in financial entities or fintechwith general resolution 5330/2023 published this Friday in the Official Gazette.
To measure will go into effect on March 1and it will extend Until December 31st this year, and includes a 90-day deferral of the payment of tax obligations to companies involved in this activity.
The instrumental benefit consists of a refund equal to 10% of the amount of the operation carried out in establishments dedicated to the marketing of beef, with a return limit of up to $2,000 per month.
It will be valid for transactions through payment terminals and also You can pay by QR codes.
Financial institutions must credit the sum to the final consumers’ accounts four days after the completion of the transactionand the detail must appear in the customer’s physical or electronic account summary.
For this, the body led by Carlos Castagneto has created a new one Register of butchers.
Businesses that have the category of registered managers or are single-tax payers with up to three declared employees, it will be embedded automatically.
The rest of the taxpayers must register through the agency’s website registry system.
There they must select the Special Registers option, then Characteristics and Special Registers and select the description Retail Butchers – Reimbursement Scheme.
In parallel and as part of the vast program to promote beef production and consumption announced by the government this week, the regulation grants companies registered under the scheme three months of grace for the payment of VAT or the tax component of the single tax in cases where they adhere to the simplified scheme.
For their part, consumers will be able to access the list of companies registered on the AFIP site, as well as the list of financial and fintech entities adhering to the reimbursement scheme.
“The goal of this measure is to stimulate the formalization of the economy and tax compliance,” the agency said in a statement.
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