In a key decision that will be announced on Tuesday, the Supreme Court will exempt retirees from paying the winnings.
He will do so by declaring the unconstitutionality of deducting this tax to the credit of María Isabel García, retired from the city of Paraná, Entre Ríos, which already has two favorable sentences in previous instances.
As published The NationAlthough it is a decision in a specific case, it will affect a family of 400 cases currently being processed in the highest court and may reach 600 similar claims.
Currently, more than 300,000 retirees pay profits in Argentina. These are those with salaries above 62,462 pesos and most cases are concentrated in provincial pensions.
Although it is not yet known with certainty how each judge will vote in particular, it is assumed that the highest court will understand that retirees should not pay the gains because it would be a double taxation: they already paid when they were active and are now returned. to charge
According InfobaeRicardo Lorenzetti, Juan Carlos Maqueda and Horacio Rosatti would vote for the Burundian woman. Elena Highton of Nolasco would accompany the majority, while the president of the highest court, Carlos Rosenkrantz, would decide against.
In addition to the decision on the unconstitutionality of the tax, it is known that the Court is examining the possibility of remitting to Congress a definition of what will happen to the contributions that retirees already made by the tax have already made.