EXTRAORDINARY CONTRIBUTION IN LA RIOJA. THE SHOPPING CENTER JOINED CRITICISM

EXTRAORDINARY CONTRIBUTION IN LA RIOJA. THE SHOPPING CENTER JOINED CRITICISM
EXTRAORDINARY CONTRIBUTION IN LA RIOJA. THE SHOPPING CENTER JOINED CRITICISM


May 06

12:01
2024


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The business chamber questioned the provincial measure. “We are experiencing depressed sales and on top of that they charge one more tax,” the entity complained after the Government’s decision to charge an extra contribution to large taxpayers. UNITE already did it.


The Commercial and Industrial Center (CCI) joined the questions against the extraordinary contribution that the Province will begin to collect from large taxpayers and that has already been approved by law in the Chamber of Deputies.

The chamber that brings together the capital’s businesses expressed its dissatisfaction with the application of the measure and considered that with this extraordinary contribution “it continues to burden the private sector.” «It is not good to increase taxes. It is not practical. Continuing to take money from the private sector for this type of thing is not good. Pressure continues on the private sector, we already have problems and it is going to get worse. We are not dealing with barbaric sales, but they are very depressed and on top of that we charge an extra tax. “It doesn’t seem right to me,” the head of the CCI, Juan Keulián, stated.

The businessman considered that when implementing the extraordinary contribution “a little imagination was lacking because the amount they are going to raise is important from the total point of view but from the point of view of the provincial budget I don’t think it is that important and they could have done it differently.” another way, get that money from somewhere else.

Days ago, the provincial government announced the creation of the Extraordinary Contribution for Large Taxpayers by which all taxpayers who declare a monthly turnover equal to or greater than 200 million pesos must pay an extra 25% of the Gross Income tax. The contribution reaches natural or legal persons.

Keulián estimated that in the province, the extraordinary contribution will reach supermarkets, wholesale distributors and spare parts stores, among others and estimated that there will be around 200 companies affected.

«When a business or company has a tax, it ends up transferring it to prices, that’s how it is. Profitability at this time is low. If a business or company is not profitable, it does not invest. “Today there is no profitability that allows investment because sales are depressed,” he concluded.

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