Most Read Contributor in Argentina, September 2016
By Resolution No. 298/2016, published in the Official
Gazette in September 5, 2016, the Social Security Authority
modified the minimum and maximum taxable bases to determine the
amount of contributions destined to the Argentine Social Security
System (SIPA), as from the September 2016 pay period.
By Resolution No. 298/2016, published in the Official Gazette on
September 5, 2016, the Social Security Authority modified the
minimum and maximum taxable bases to determine the amount of
contributions destined to the Argentine Social Security System
(SIPA), which were determined at AR$ 1.969,12 and AR$ 63.995,73
respectively, as from the September 2016 pay period.
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On September 14, 2016, the Federal Revenue of Brazil published Normative Instruction RFB 1,658/2016, which updates the blacklist (list of tax havens) and the graylist (list of privileged fiscal regimes).
The Brazilian Special Regime for Tax and Exchange Legalization has been enacted by Law 13,254 from January 2016, aiming to regularize resources, assets and rights with legal background, not declared or declared improperly, remitted or kept abroad, or even repatriated by Brazilian residents.
In a context in which there will be an automatic exchange of information with other countries, on May 31, the Executive Branch filed a bill of law including a "Tax Amnesty Regime" before the House of Representatives.
The technologies to benefit at least must have a minimum content of scientific and/or technologic research developed in Colombia, which will be certified by the National Council of Tax Benefits in Science, Technology and Innovation.
On September 22, 2015, the Brazilian federal government proposed a new rule—Medida Provisória n. 692/2015 ("MP 692").
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