The AFIP updated the minimum amounts from which banks and virtual wallets must report in relation to the movements of accounts and expenses with cards of taxpayers throughout the country.
Until April of this year, debit card purchases had to be reported as long as they exceeded $ 30,000. Because of high inflation, that number rose to $120,000.
The last modification had been in August of last year when $ 10,000 went to $ 30,000 so far in force.
Likewise, the General Resolution dating from 2018 (but whose last modification was in April of this year) took from $ 90,000 to $ 200,000 the minimum figure to report in the case of monthly credits, monthly withdrawals, account balances and fixed-term deposits.
According to the AFIP, "reasons of tax administration make it necessary to update the amounts from which the obliged subjects must report in these regimes."
What information financial institutions must give to the AFIP
- Additions, cancellations and modifications in relation to the list of checking accounts, savings accounts, salary or social security accounts, and special accounts.
- Cumulative total of monthly credits in accounts in national or foreign currency, when said total is equal to or greater than TWO HUNDRED THOUSAND PESOS ($ 200,000).
- The balances of the accounts that, at the end of the last business day of the reported month, are equal to or greater than TWO HUNDRED THOUSAND PESOS ($ 200,000) in absolute values.
- The cumulative total of term deposits made during the monthly reporting period, when said total is equal to or greater than TWO HUNDRED THOUSAND PESOS ($200,000).
- Consumptions made with debit cards in the country by the holder and / or additional, when the accumulated amounts are equal to or greater than ONE HUNDRED TWENTY THOUSAND PESOS ($ 120,000) per month in each account reported.
- Consumptions made with debit cards abroad by the holder and / or additional.