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Argentina: Country-by-country reporting guidance updated, modified

Argentina: CbC reporting guidance updated, modified

Guidance from the tax administration (AFIP) published in the official bulletin today concerns country-by-country (CbC) reporting and transfer pricing applications.

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General Resolution (AFIP) No. 4332 (12 November 2018) follows measures provided by General Resolution 4.130 for an annual CbC reporting by members of multinational entity (MNE) groups if certain conditions are satisfied. However, General Resolution No. 4332 also includes certain changes such as:

  • Rules for MNE group member companies that are tax residents of countries that require CbC reporting when that country and Argentina are parties to an international agreement that includes competent authority provisions (note that currently the United States, Switzerland, China, and certain other countries do not qualify for this treatment because they are not included on a current list of countries having eligible agreements)
  • Information corresponding to the CbC report to be presented in accordance to specifications set forth in a “user's manual” (25 October 2018)
  • Rules for electronic data transfers of the sworn declaration form (F. 8097) 
  • Rules for the exchange of information 
  • Measures for CbC notification for 2018

 

Read a November 2018 report (Spanish) [PDF 111 KB] prepared by the KPMG member firm in Argentina

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