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Sunat: breach of the general sales tax was reduced by 10.4% during 2021

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Non-compliance with the general sales tax (IGV) for 2021 was estimated at around S/ 22,926 million. The figure is equivalent to 28.0% of the potential determined tax, a rate that has been reduced by 10.4% compared to 2020 (38.4%), reported the National Superintendency of Customs and Tax Administration (Sunat).

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“The result of the estimated non-compliance for the IGV is explained by the higher tax paid in 2021, which exceeded the expected results,” Sunat mentions in a press release.

For its part, in what corresponds to non-compliance with the Income Tax of the Third Category of the General Regime and Mype Tax Regime, the entity indicated that the estimate for 2021 reached S / 24,959 million. Said result represents a reduction of S/ 10,147 million in relation to 2020.

“The amount of the estimated non-compliance is equivalent to 33.1% of the potential collection for 2021. If we consider that the rate for the year 2020 was 54.7%, the percentage of non-compliance has been reduced by 21.7%”, he highlights.

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Non-compliance with VAT and corporate income tax. Source: Sunat

What measures did Sunat take to reduce noncompliance?

Among the measures carried out by Sunat to reduce non-compliance are the implementation of applications for cell phones with 24×7 services for RUC registration procedures, the issuance of receipts and the tax return. There is also the widespread use of electronic payment vouchers.

On the other hand, digital import and export services were launched, which allowed the supply chain to continue, contributing to economic reactivation and benefiting more than 46,000 importers and exporters.

“With the digital import, the use of paper was eliminated and the average merchandise release times decreased from 79 hours, in 2019, to only 34.5 hours today. A similar case occurs with the 100% digital export, which has a one-hour procedure compared to the 14 hours it took in 2018,” Sunat details.

Likewise, the methodology for identifying taxpayers and high-risk operations was used, making auditing, debt recovery and assistance more efficient, provisions that depend on the degree of non-compliance detected through the massive use of data to identify economic operations and financial movements. National and international.

According to Sunat, thanks to these measures, a debt delinquency rate was recorded for the month following the due date of just 1.8%, one of the lowest in recent years. In addition, tax non-compliance was detected for about S/ 14,906 million in auditing and induction and the recovery of debt in stock for S/ 6,645 million was achieved, figures higher than those achieved in previous years.

Source: Larepublica

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