Monterey, NL. With the entry into force of new provisions of the Service tax administration With respect to the Digital Tax Receipt and the Carta Porte complement, the administrative burden of the companies increases, and their operation is complicated by having to dedicate more time and resources to comply with the requirements, said Cecilia Carrillo López, director of the Employer Confederation of the Mexican Republic (Coparmex) Nuevo Leon.
“In terms of payroll CFDI, companies will have to take on the task of uploading the zip code of each of their employees, so that it can be stamped (validated), and we have companies that have thousands of workers, it is truly a huge task that involves time and resources,” he emphasized.
He stressed that this information is already available to the federation, which issues the CURP of each Mexican, delivers the credentials of the National Electoral Institute (INE), and assigns a health center or Family Medicine Unit to beneficiaries of the Mexican Institute of Social Security (IMSS), according to their zip code.
Nuevo León, with the exception of Mexico City, is the state with the largest number of formal employers that employ more than 1,000 workers in the country.
In the month of December 2021, the state registered a total of 74,823 formal employers, of which 269 companies have between 500 and 1,000 workers, and 18 with more than 1,000 workers, according to IMSS data, published by Data Nuevo León .
It is unfortunate, said the directive, that the federal fiscal authority does not recognize the economic situation that companies are going through, and assigns them greater administrative burdens, instead of allowing them to use that time to increase their productivity and their client portfolio, and thus generate more taxes.
On the other hand, the complement Waybill, which aims to combat theft and smuggling of merchandise, prove the legal possession of merchandise during its transfer, for many taxpayers its execution is complex since the SAT has issued more than 12 rules and the forms must be filled with hundreds of data.
Carrillo López described as unfair that the federal tax authority issues new regulations for all taxpayers, because of some who committed tax violations. “Once again the authority is generalizing all taxpayers, as if they were all fraudsters and/or smugglers, and That is why it imposes more rules on us.”
“Distrust of companies is widespread in a few cases and it seems that the authority does not want to do its job and only punish those who break the law. To do less work, they prefer to give the administrative burden to all taxpayers regardless of whether or not they comply with their obligations,” said Carrillo López.
In his opinion, the authority should supervise and penalize those who damage the public treasury; “We know that they have them identified, so it is their duty to act, analyze and penalize the cases of those who fail to comply and not punish many for a few,” he added.