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Earnings, Personal Assets and Monotax: what the accountants claim from the AFIP


Buenos Aires professionals allude to having difficulties when loading data in the different applications of the organization.

08/04/2021 8:06 AM

  • Clarí

  • Economy

Updated 08/04/2021 8:18 AM

Buenos Aires accountants filed a claim with the AFIP

for the difficulties they face when uploading data on their website and in the agency's applications.

Through a detailed report they explained the difficulties detected that complicate the development of professional tasks.

The applications in which difficulties are detected are:

Monotributistas and Self-Employed Current Account


My Facilities,



, and

Human Human Earnings

- Integrated Portal and Personal Assets web, as described in their report.

The note was also posted on the website of the Professional Council of Economic Sciences.

"This situation raises concern among those who must comply with these obligations, taking into account that the deadlines for the presentation of the DDJJ of Profits and Personal Assets are very close; as well as the recategorization of the Monotax," says the letter.

Accountants: complaint letter to AFIP

Earnings, in September the floor would be updated

It is expected for September that the floor will be updated from which the workers begin to pay the Income Tax


The decree would be published this month and would raise the floor that is currently for gross salaries of up to $ 150,000 per month.

A month ago, the president of the Chamber of Deputies, Sergio Massa, had anticipated that the non-taxable minimum would be raised.

The decision is given by the reopening of joint ventures, in order to prevent 1.2 million workers from being harmed.

"In September we have a new update of the minimum non-taxable Profit," he


Massa anticipated that the law that allowed raising the non-taxable minimum of Income Tax for workers with salaries of up to $ 150,000, would be discussed again if the target population was again impacted by the tax due to the salary updates closed in the last months.

"We work to protect and alleviate the situation of the workers; and also, as the joint ventures are on the rise and improve income,

in the case of Earnings we have provided a trigger clause, to accompany the improvements in the month of September"

, Sergio Massa remarked .

The Law approved last April allows considering the new salary guidelines and the Government has the power to update the floor without going through Congress again.

Now it remains to know what the amount of the new floor will be.

Monotax: two key maturities are coming in August

After the approval of the latest Monotax law that updates the scales for the second time this year, two key dates are approaching for small taxpayers of the Simplified Regime.

First of all,

until next Thursday, August 5, there is time to pay the June fee

, which was originally due on June 25.


there were already complaints that the site had functional problems


The poster that appears when entering the taxpayer accounts on the Monotributo microsite.

On the other hand, in two weeks,

on Tuesday, August 17, the extension given by the AFIP to carry out the semi-annual recategorization

with the new scales, established in the tax relief law for small taxpayers

, expires


Recategorization began on July 28.

The new categories will be those in force between July 1, 2021.

In addition,

until August 27, the payment of the August fee may be made.

In the case of those who pay their obligations through automatic debit, the operation will also take place on August 27.

This fee is already paid with the values ​​of the latest law.


Look also

Progresar Scholarships, reopen enrollment: how to receive up to $ 9,700 per month

Income Tax: in September the floor of $ 150,000 would rise

Source: clarin

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