They will advance collection actions to merchants with debts before the Dian

They will advance collection actions to merchants with debts before the Dian

They will advance collection actions to merchants with debts before the Dian

The Directorate of National Taxes and Customs (Dian) announced that it will manage $1.31 trillion owed by nearly 13,000 taxpayers engaged in economic activities in the wholesale and retail trade sector.

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According to the information provided by the Dian, 81% of debtors are legal persons, 12% are natural persons and the remaining 7% are classified as large taxpayers.

As indicated by the Dian, it is expected that, as a result of the economic reactivation, and taking into account the situation of the closing season of the year, these taxpayers will have the possibility of catching up on their overdue obligations.

To facilitate this process, the Tax Department reiterated its willingness to deliver the pertinent information to facilitate the payment of said obligations, and guide the taxpayers with whom the collection process is being carried out.

(Income statement: Dian specifies what his taxes are used for).

It is worth noting that with the entry into force of the tax reform, and until June 30, 2023, the default interest rate will be equivalent to 50% of the interest rate established in article 635 of the Tax Code, emphasized the tax authority.

The Dian found that those taxpayers with the most delinquent portfolio are engaged in work such as the wholesale trade of products textiles and made-up products for household use (24%), wholesale trade in food products (15%), wholesale trade in clothing (13%), and retail trade in non-specialized food, beverage or tobacco establishments (10%), among other activities.

(More than 500,000 people did not declare income: what follows for defaulters).

By geographic location, 73% of the debtors in this sector are attached to the sectional offices of Bogotá (46%), Barranquilla (10%), Medellín (10%) and Cali (7%).

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