SAT gives one month extension to implement Carta Porte

The Tax Administration Service (SAT) granted an extension of one month for the mandatory nature of the tax process, Carta Porte, which was scheduled to be implemented as of December 1 of this year, announced the president of the Confederation of Industrial Chambers ( Concamin), José Abugaber.

As of January 1, 2022, it will come into force, so that said period will give a “break” to the transport sector to train, and to be able to comply with the requirements of the Carta Porte supplement (fiscal requirement to combat smuggling and illegality), the which happens to be a physical document or a digital one.

“We recognize the openness to dialogue in the work tables, through our Transportation Commission, in which the Tax Administration System listened to the agents of the various modalities of this sector, production and national consumption,” said the leader of the industrialists.

Although it is expected that from January 22, 2022 it will operate normally, and will begin to be fined and sanctioned, in case of not meeting the requirements.

Concamin will seek that the grace period, to become familiar with the program, can be extended by three months and with this, SMEs can adjust to the procedures.

The head of the SAT, Raquel Buenrostro met with Coparmex last Wednesday, where she reported that there was a great advance in the process and adjustments that carriers must make, she even maintained that large companies, such as DHL, were already ready for the change.

The official commented that one out of every three products transported by road is illegal, so more attention must be paid to attack informality and to comply with tax procedures.

Although in recent days, Alex Theissen, president of the National Association of Private Transporters (ANTP) affirmed that small and medium-sized companies required more time to be able to comply with the Carta Porte, since the procedures will multiply with the new fiscal requirements.

Concamin recognized the SAT’s decision to postpone the modifications to the Miscellaneous Fiscal Resolution and the use of the Carta Porte supplement to January 1, 2022, the month in which the transport sector will have the opportunity to be trained in the fight against the informality, smuggling and illegal trade in our country.

Abugaber commented that the Carta Porte is not the only instrument to achieve this end, so work tables with the authorities will be maintained. “We are sure that the united effort of all will contribute to benefits for Mexicans,” he said.

What is sought, he said, is that all modes of transport have a better opportunity to prepare and train, normatively, operationally and technologically, to meet the great challenge that the Carta Porte complement represents and its traceability for the transfer of goods and merchandise. In our country.

Key requirement

The so-called Digital Tax Receipt by Internet (CFDI) with a Carrier Letter supplement must be issued by the carriers to prove the legal stay of the goods or merchandise during the transfer in national territory, as well as to identify the origin and destination of the same.

The purpose of the document is also to identify the amounts of VAT withholding that are made for motor transport services and to inform regarding the merchandise, origins, midpoints, destinations, the owner or owner, lessees or lessees and operators or operators that involved in the movement of goods.

lilia.gonzalez@eleconomista.mx

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