A total of 18 officials from the Azuay Internal Revenue Service (SRi) toured various businesses in the Historic Center this week to remind taxpayers of their income tax declaration requirements. José Luis Vásquez, zonal director 6 of SRI, explained that during the operation, officials explained to citizens whose income exceeded $11,310 in fiscal year 2019, that they have the legal obligation to make their tax declaration statement. Vásquez said that this month they have an extension of the deadlines for compliance with tax obligations. “In April, there is the expiration of the declarations of natural persons, legal entities or companies,”…
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