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overtime, per diem and self-employed among possible changes




The president of the Chamber of Deputies, Sergio Massa, reported that they will join new benefits to the project to reform the Income Tax that exempts workers who earn up to 150 thousand pesos in gross salary from paying this tax.

In this way, Massa referred to the requests of the union extraction deputies so that overtime, travel expenses and the Patagonian bonus are not reached by the tribute, among other items.

Meanwhile, deputies from Together for Change presented a bill to reform the Income Tax, where they propose that self-employed workers have the same benefits as those in a dependency relationship and stop paying the tax.

Profit in Earnings

The project was developed by the radical Alejandro Cacace, together with Soledad Carrizo and Federico Zamarbide, and was supported by other legislators from that opposition sector.

« We are going to incorporate more benefits to the Profits project. SWe will use everything that makes the law richer and with as many benefits as possible« Massa stressed.

The Profit reform project promoted by the ruling party will begin to debate next Tuesday in the Budget and Finance committee. The ruling party aspires to vote in the first fortnight of March.