Due to higher inflation, and as a signal to independent professionals, as of July 1, the billing scales of the different categories of the Monotributo rise more than 40%, keeping the monthly fee unchanged, as confirmed by the Ministry of Economy.
For example, Category A would go from the current $ 999,657.23 per year to $ 1,414,514, category D from $ 2,583,720 per year to $ 3,655,963 while Category K, the maximum limit, would go from $ 8,040,721.19 to $ 11,377,620 per year.
This increase in the amounts of the scales was decided because due to the inflationary skyrocketing, many taxpayers would have to upgrade and pay a higher fee, or they could be excluded from the Monotributo by exceeding the ceilings that have been in force since the beginning of the year.
The measure is adopted because in July the Monotributistas must be recategorized. The recategorization periods are every 6 months, in January and July, taking into account the activity of the last 12 months.
If there were changes in income, rents and other variables, you must enter with a tax code to recategorize; if it is not done, it is understood that there were no changes and it remains in the same category, according to AFIP standards.
It is estimated that there are more than 2 million Monotributistas, in addition to another million that combines work in relation to depends with activities registered in the Monotributo.
The AFIP must implement the measure by disseminating the new scales before the end of the month so that taxpayers have the new values when recategorizing.
The measure complements the exemption from payment of income tax on the half bonus to workers in a relationship of dependence on the private and public sector who earn up to $ 880,000 gross salary.
According to the taxpayer Marcelo Rodriguez, "although the Monotributo law provides for a mechanism for annual updating of the parameters, if there is an acceleration of the inflationary process, the Executive Branch exclusively in the case of gross income parameters, to advance the update semiannually to July using the same mobility index that applies to the annual update. "
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