AFIP controls from today online shopping in dollars
Starting today who buy online overseas must first complete an affidavit.
The measure was published today in the Official Gazette under the General Resolution 3579 and is signed by the head of the Federal Administration of Public Revenue (AFIP) Ricardo Echegaray, also seeks to control and track the Internet addresses where different products are sold.
According to the resolution: “For reasons of tax administration, it is to establish a procedure for submitting an affidavit in order to optimize traceability of transactions.”
This type of operation led, in turn, drawbacks in the mail, which was saturated with international shipments. Even in some neighborhoods postmen no longer carry packages home: just leave a note for the buyer to go through a nearby office to withdraw the charge.