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The AFIP extended the expiration of Earnings and Personal Assets

Presentations and payments may be fulfilled according to the termination of the Unique Tax Identification Code.

The Federal Administration of Public Revenues (AFIP) extended the dates for filing affidavits and paying taxes on Income and Personal Assets for the fiscal period 2021, according to resolution 5,192 published this Friday in the Official Gazette.

The rule specified the dates on which the presentation of the sworn declarations must be made and, where appropriate, the payment of taxes on Earnings and on Personal Assets corresponding to the fiscal period 2021, which expire next June.

Dates for presentations and payments

Filings and payments may be made according to the termination of the Unique Tax Identification Key (CUIT) of the taxpayer:

• Those ending in 0, 1, 2 and 3: filing date until June 23 and payment until June 24

• Those ending in 4, 5 and 6: filing date until June 24 and payment until June 27

• Those ending in 7, 8 and 9: filing date until June 27 and payment until June 28

In all cases, the payment date will be the business day following the expiration of the affidavit, the AFIP specified.

The extension moves the maturities of the obligations to the end of June with the aim of facilitating compliance tasks, the tax agency said.

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