The AFIP decided to exempt taxpayers from the obligation to register their biometric data until June 30, 2020, inclusive
The AFIP decided to exempt taxpayers from the obligation to register their biometric data until June 30, 2020, inclusive.
The measure seeks to facilitate the performance of digital operations that require this information in the context of the health emergency.
The exception provided for in General Resolution 4699 transiently relieves taxpayers from the obligation to attend AFIP offices to register their photo, signature and fingerprint.
Additional term for companies
The AFIP ordered, in turn, an additional exceptional period of 90 calendar days, in addition to the existing 180, for those taxpayers who must report the reorganization of goodwill companies, companies or farms.
In view of the measures in place to prevent the spread of the coronavirus, General Resolution 4700 extends the period that companies have to comply with the report of operations such as mergers, divisions, or sales and transfers.
Both resolutions will be published shortly in the Official Gazette.
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