AFIP chief Carlos Castagneto announced that in the coming days The Argentine and United States governments will eventually close the Tax Information Exchange Agreement, through which tax evasion has been detected so far. $100 billion abroad not declared in Argentina,
“We’re practically signing” This crossing of information, which would open a major collection source to expand the state’s tax base for collecting taxes on personal property and profits, pointed out the head of the collection agency.
The pact that was announced to be active, one of the few effective of its kind that Washington had given the green light, was announced early last month. Economy Minister, Sergio MassaChat live with representatives of John Biden’s government.
The information that this tool will provide This will allow the national government to know the state of the financial market with the largest amount from Argentina,
Castagneto assured that the administration of Frente de Todos was “practically ready to sign” that agreement and explained that, in these final stages of negotiations, “Delegated to the Ministry of Economy” to give the last stitches,
The documentation “has already been sent (to Washington), and it has come and gone by the system. We agreed on what would be the equivalent of AFIP in the United States And this month Argentina and the United States will sign it, ”the official emphasized during an interview on Radio 10.
Castagneto also disclosed that according to the information available so far “We don’t have at least $100 billion declared abroad in Argentina”,
This amount speaks of the amount of money, not necessarily goods That, he clarified, would also be within agreement and expand the tax base of those who hitherto evaded the national exchequer. Once it takes effect, there will be a “before and after” in terms of controls, the head of AFIP concluded.