The Afip in recent months detained a total of 950 undeclared accounts by Argentines abroad, representing a total of $ 2.6 billion.
As revealed by BAE Business, the information was released in the middle of the discussion on how financially the fight against the coronavirus, which already claimed 70 victims in the country.
As the body led by Marco del Pont revealed, these are 950 accounts of Argentines based in tax havens abroad that were never declared.
Of the 950 final beneficiaries, 700 did not admit having any assets abroad. That is, they did not present liquidation of Personal Assets as if they did not reach the minimum for their payment.
How the data was reached
Officials indicated that the finding was possible thanks to the cross-linking of Afip databases with data from the Organization for Economic Cooperation and Development (Ocde).
The data is from 2017 and arrived at the agency in 2018, but was never used during the previous administration.
A large part of the accounts already identified are in Uruguay.
The evaders were divided into three groups.
The first is the one who made his declaration of Personal Assets and stated that he had an account abroad, but with amounts much lower than what would be real.
The second group also declared Personal Assets, but omitted the assets abroad; and a third group that directly did not present declarations of Personal Assets.
“In this last group we find accounts of up to USD 20 million that had declared absolutely nothing”, they assured in the Afip according to Infobae.