Thursday, September 25, 2014
Nearly 4,000 nationals, residents with Swiss bank accounts targeted by AFIP tax bureau
File photo shows AFIP head Ricardo Echegaray.
AFIP national tax bureau has received from France a list of 3.900 Argentine nationals or residents with accounts in HSBC Bank in Switzerland and now seeks to demand payment for undeclared money.
The names –delivered in an encripted CD- included 3,000 Argentine residents and 900 nationals who declared to be living abroad when they opened the bank accounts, AFIP head Ricardo Echegaray explained in a press conference.
“This is a unique opportunity to normalize the situation (of those listed),” Echegaray said and explained that AFIP will ask those in the list to remedy the situation and pay all unpaid taxes.