How should you avoid late fees?

How should you avoid late fees?

Customs law 2020 infractions and penalties

We calculate the penalty for failure to file your tax return based on how long it takes you to file your return and the amount of unpaid tax as of the original payment due date (not the extension due date). The unpaid tax is the total tax due on your return minus amounts paid through withholding, estimated tax payments, and refundable credits allowed.

We may be able to remove or reduce penalties if you acted in good faith and can show reasonable cause why you were unable to meet your tax obligations. By law, we cannot eliminate or reduce interest unless the penalty is eliminated or reduced.

You may avoid a penalty if you file and pay your taxes by the due date. If you are unable to do so, you may request an extension of time to file your tax return or a payment plan.

If you need more time to prepare your tax return, request an extension of time to file your tax return. This does not give you an extension of time to make the payment. A payment plan can help you pay in installments.

Fines and surcharges sat

We know that one of your biggest challenges is to inform yourself in order to make decisions, which not only implies improving and increasing your operations, but also avoiding foreign trade fines, whether for non-compliance or omission. For this reason, here are 10 ways to avoid the most common infractions in Mexico.

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We know that legislation is complex because it requires processing a lot of information. However, lack of knowledge can affect your company’s performance. Take a look at the following table of fines contained in the Customs Law, which range from $3,000 MXN to $2,000,000 MXN for a mistake in each customs declaration. Imagine how much you could lose with a simple mistake!

Fines for failure to file monthly returns 2021

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If the employer is in arrears in the payment of his workers’ contributions, he is obliged to declare the unpaid contributions within the first 10 working days of the following month. This is known as DNP (Declaration and Non-Payment).

If the declaration is not made in a timely manner or if it is incomplete or erroneous, the employer will be sanctioned with a tax benefit fine of 0.75 UF for each worker affected.

Forgiveness of fines sat 2020

I. Late Payment, Adjustments, Interest and FinesBook II. AFFILIATION AND CONTRIBUTIONSTITLE II. ContributionsI. Late payment, readjustments, interest and penaltiesDelayed payment, readjustments, interest and penaltiesI. Late payment, adjustments, interest and penalties1. Adjustments and InterestAdjustments and Interest

No. 22 letter a) of Article 1 of Law No. 20,023 amended Article 22 a) of Law No. 17,322, increasing from 0.5 to 0.75 Unidades de Fomento for each employee, the fine in cases where the employer does not timely declare the contributions corresponding to remunerations accrued as from March 2006 or where the declaration of such contributions is incomplete or erroneous.

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Partial payments of contributions due will be imputed to the oldest months included in the debt, preferring the capital for the whole period due and once this has been paid, the balance will be applied to readjustments, interest, fines and other surcharges, unless another form of imputation is more favorable to the worker.