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Tax Administration Update: Changes in Self-Employed Workers’ Obligations

Tax Administration Update: Changes in Self-Employed Workers’ Obligations

The tax scene just got a shake-up in Buenos Aires! Let’s dive into the latest buzz from the Federal Administration of Public Revenue. You might want to grab a cup of coffee, because we’re about to unravel some important updates affecting self-employed individuals.

Prorogation of Payment Deadlines

Remember those deadlines for paying your personal contributions as a self-employed worker? Well, hold onto your hats because there’s been an extension. The Resolution General No. 5422 had previously extended the deadlines for payment obligations for September through December 2023. But here’s the kicker: certain folks, excluding those falling under Table I of Annex II of Decree No. 1866 of December 12, 2006, had trouble accessing the Federal Administration systems. As a result, they couldn’t meet the deadline for the personal contribution payments for January 2024.

New Payment Modalities

Given these hiccups, it’s time to roll out some new payment methods. The Federal Administration is setting up shop to allow for smoother sailing when it comes to paying those personal contributions for September through December 2023. Plus, they’re pushing back the deadlines for September and October 2023. Oh, and guess what? They’re also throwing in a lifeline, extending the deadline for January 2024 payments. Talk about a sigh of relief!

An Exceptional Year

Now, let’s talk about snagging some perks. The Resolution General No. 1804 laid down the law for an annual credit benefit for self-employed workers, as per the provisions of Title III of Law No. 25865 and Article 89 of Decree No. 806 of June 23, 2004, and its amendments. But hold onto your seats, because there’s more! There are some exceptional conditions on the table for the calendar years 2023 and 2024 to ensure folks can make the most of the benefits outlined in Resolution General No. 1804.


What’s on the Table?

So, what’s the deal with these exceptional conditions, you ask? Well, it’s all about making sure you can tap into the benefits laid out in Resolution General No. 1804. It’s like getting a golden ticket, but for tax perks. And let’s be real, who doesn’t love a good tax break?


And there you have it, folks! The scoop straight from the heart of Buenos Aires. With these updates from the Federal Administration of Public Revenue, self-employed individuals can breathe a little easier knowing there’s some flexibility on the table. So, mark your calendars and keep an eye out for those deadlines. After all, staying on top of your tax game has never been more crucial.

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