- Sep 9, 2019
I send money directly to my bbva account from the USA and no taxes are taken out. What I sent from WU is what I receive.
Our friend who worked in banking here for years and is now a gestora has begun the process of making Nico a monotributista but says it will take three months. I do not want to wait three months to open a bank account. She was warning me today that if we open a bank account at any of the national banks that they will take a ton of taxes from the money we bring in, but this is all our savings etc from the US that we earned well before coming to the country.
Our friend who worked in banking here for years and is now a gestora has begun the process of making Nico a monotributista but says it will take three months.
She was warning me today that if we open a bank account at any of the national banks that they will take a ton of taxes from the money we bring in, but this is all our savings etc from the US that we earned well before coming to the country.
Would love to be able to send our WU payments directly to a bank account that is attached to a debit card so we can pay for things with that and not walk around with all these bills.
What are reasonable amounts? We are about to do some renovations on a home we bought plus electrodomesticos etc, so I want to know what you mean? We have been to an accountant but like so many things here, I feel like I'm talked at in circles and not much actual help or action. I also realize I'm still living at the pace of life in Chicago while the pace here is about 30 years slowerI think registration for monotributo is done on the spot. You visit the closest AFIP office, sign up some papers, they give you a CUIT number and register you as a monotributista in their database. May be some additional steps are involved if you are getting your money from abroad.
You can open a basic savings bank account with DNI only.
The story with taxation usually appears where there is a presumption of a commercial activity. Reasonable amounts sent via WU as "Family Help" are not taxed right now.
What are reasonable amounts?
i have been sending 1000 dollars converted to pesos via western union to my santander bank in cordoba for years now. about 5 months ago, i noticed that 5 percent was deducted right after pesos were deposited each month
Regimen de recaudacion sircreb z
Responsable:20211385376 / 5,00% sobre $213.500,00
i asked the bank about this and they said it was a tax and i could request a review. this is the amount i receive per month from SSI. <partly out of guilt over taking advantage of argentina´¨s financial problems, i have decided to let it be. with 5 percent deduction i am still getting a damn good rate without hassle of getting pesos directly from western union outlet.
no , the 1000 dollars converted to pesos by western union is the only deposit i have monthly, and the bank is not deducting it, but arg or cordoba gov.
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