Afip extended until May 26 the registration period for the ATP program

The Federal Administration of Public Revenue (Afip) announced this Wednesday the extension of five days of the term to register in the Emergency Assistance Program for Work and Production (ATP).

Employers who require state assistance for the payment of May wages in the context of the health emergency have time until the 26th of this month, inclusive, to register with a fiscal code on the agency’s website.

All companies must register, even those that had performed the procedure last month.

The program is one of the tools provided by the State to cushion the economic impact of preventive and compulsory social isolation.

Around 250,000 employers (out of a total of 600,000 in the country) have already registered on the Afip website to access the new stage of state assistance for the payment of the wages of more than 3 million workers.

After the period of registration and loading of economic information, it will be evaluated what are the benefits that each company can access, it was officially reported this Wednesday.

The access criteria established in the ATP program were established by the Evaluation and Monitoring Committee.

Companies must carry out one of the activities contemplated by the regulations and their turnover between April 2019 and April 2020 may not register a variation greater than 5%.

CBU charge

Employers registered in the ATP program who have not yet done so must report a CBU for each of their workers.

The information is loaded through the web service “Registry Simplification”. It does not need to be a salary account, it can be any valid bank account where the worker appears as the owner or joint owner.

Written by Argentina News

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