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DGII explains rule on the Simplified Taxation Regime would apply from the year 2023

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The General Directorate of Internal Taxes (DGII) announced that Rule 04-2022 on Incorporation, Permanence, Exclusion and Sworn Declaration in the Simplified Tax Regime (RST) will be applicable for the fiscal year from January 1 to December 31, 2022 for the purposes that taxpayers under its purview can adjust their payment expectations in advance.

In other words, the payment adjusted to the mandate of the standard would be made in February 2023.

The administration’s decision aims to bring peace of mind to the Dominican people and to the liberal professional sectors and legal entities covered by the RST.

In addition, the DGII will exhaust an education and communication process around the aforementioned rule, which corrects the distortion that allowed taxpayers in the RST to receive a double exemption, affecting the principle of equity that should prevail in the tax administration.

At Simplified Tax Regime There are 20,500 registered taxpayers divided into 16,500 liberal professionals and 4,000 legal entities.

According to the estimates made by the Tax Administration based on data analysis and research carried out by our technicians, it has been determined that the total number of liberal professionals who took advantage of the double exemption is 6,200 people. Of this number, 4,400 are doctors.

In the case of the doctors impacted by the correction of the distortion, the calculations indicate that they have an average income of RD$3.3 million, both for being salaried and for independent professional services.

However, the willingness to listen to the country’s economic sectors and clarify any concerns or interpretation of the law or administrative measure that is in process or has been taken remains.

By virtue of this, the management team of the institution headed by the Director General, Luis Valdez Veras, held a meeting last Tuesday, February 08, 2022 with the board of directors of the Dominican Medical College (CMD) and its president, Dr. Senén Caba.

At said meeting, a next meeting was agreed for this Monday, February 14, to address aspects related to the mandate of Regulation 04-2022.

About Standard 04-2022

The draft of this General Standard exhausted a public consultation process, from Tuesday 4 to Tuesday 18 January 2022, which received three comments from taxpayers and one union, which were mostly incorporated. After this, its publication was carried out on January 27, 2022.

The announcement of the postponement was offered by the General Director of Internal Taxes during the delivery of a floral offering in the Alta de la Patria as part of the commemorative acts on the 178th anniversary of National Independence.

He was accompanied by Francisco Torres, Deputy Director of Compliance Management; Ricela Spraus, Deputy Director of Facilitation and Services; Yorlin Vásquez, Legal Deputy Director; Freddy Torres, Deputy Director of Supervision: Eddy Arango, Coordinator of the Cabinet; Raqueline Peña, Human Resources manager; Carlos Reyes, Manager of Strategic Communication and Marleny Hernández, in charge of Public Relations.

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