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Cuba: audits detect millionaire fiscal debt with the State Budget

The National Tax Administration Office (ONAT) of Cuba identified a debt with the State Budget exceeding 32.5 million pesos (CUP) by natural and legal persons, according to official media on the Island.

The ONAT report specifies that the debts were detected after carrying out 4,591 control actions against the price increasecarried out until last June 16, according to a note published in the official gazette Granma.

The medium reflects data disseminated through the tax portaland indicates that activities whose development impacts the prices of products and services destined for the population were inspected, such as tambourine-candy workers, cafeteria workers, cart operators, sellers of agricultural products at points of sale and kiosks, producers-sellers of articles several, and punch bowls, among others.

The largest debts were identified in relation to the under-declaration of income (declare and pay less than what was actually obtained), an amount that amounts to 23,500,000 CUP, a money that was now demanded from the offenders, according to the publication .

Regarding the fines, which include those that are part of the determination of debt and those of heel, applied for the breach of formal duties or other reasons, the figure amounts to 7,400,000 CUP, while the amount owed as a surcharge for arrears in the tax contribution exceeds one and a half million CUP.

The ONAT report identifies that among the main causes of this situation were not having the established documentation, and the outdated accounting records. They also include in this section the non-implementation of the accounting system for self-employed workers (TCP) and the obstruction of the control process.

According to the source, in response to the violations identified, 473 people who were illegally carrying out TCP activities were sanctioned.

The tax debt determined by the ONAT is made up of the tax that should have been paid or the sub-declarations, and the late payment surcharge, which is a compensation required by the State for not receiving the income at the scheduled time, the publication details.

This amount depends on the time elapsed since the end of the legal term established to contribute the obligation. It also includes the fiscal fine, a sanction for not complying with the payment obligation or the formal duty, points out Granma.

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