The measure of the organism commanded by Cristian Girard reaches 200,000 taxpayers and supposes a fiscal cost of $ 2,000 million
Given the difficulties generated by the COVID-19 pandemic, the Collection Agency of the province of Buenos Aires (ARBA) decided to extend until next June 10 the expiration of installments or advances of payment plans that operated in April. Those in May, meanwhile, were rescheduled for July and so on with the rest.
The announcement was made by the agency’s executive director, Cristian Girard, on his Twitter account, in which he stated that “due to the economic difficulties we are going through in this unprecedented context, we decided to give two months of grace to taxpayers who have entered into a payment plan. “
Due to the economic difficulties that we are going through in this unprecedented context, we decided to give two months of grace to taxpayers who have accepted a payment plan of @arba. pic.twitter.com/2JEx85N02A
– Cristian Girard (@cristiangirard) April 12, 2020
“The measure reaches 200,000 taxpayers and supposes a fiscal cost for the Province of $ 2,000 million“@cristiangirard posted, and stressed that” this decision is in line with the policies that we have been implementing from the provincial government, because we know the economic difficulties that our SMEs, businesses and independent professionals are going through. “
From the extension, the installments or advances that were due tomorrow were rescheduled for June, those for May for July and, in a similar way, the rest. Similarly, for new plans that are signed from now until May 31, the advance or first installment will only expire on June 10.
The extension of quotas and advances of payment plans is added to other relief measures, such as the suspension of embargoes to debtors and the rescheduling of maturities of Gross Income and Real Estate.
With all these actions launched in recent weeks, the Province has already favored a group of 3,500,000 Buenos Aires households, which in terms of resources constitutes a fiscal effort of $ 3,350 million.
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