20 de Septiembre de 2019

Hacienda anuncia envío de $19 millones en reintegros

Por el 26 de Julio de 2017

El secretario del Departamento de Hacienda, Raúl Maldonado Gautier, anunció hoy un nuevo envío de reintegros de $19 millones donde más de 10,000 contribuyentes se verán beneficiados.

“Los ahorros logrados, el énfasis en el cumplimiento contributivo y la rehabilitación de contribuyentes morosos, han permitido que los reintegros puedan seguir enviándose. En el día de hoy [miércoles] estamos enviando $19 millones en reintegros a sobre 10,000 contribuyentes”, señaló el funcionario en declaraciones escritas.

Hacienda todavía debe $115 millones en reintegros

Maldonado Gautier recalcó que, en medio de la incertidumbre económica de la caja del Gobierno debido a las imposiciones de la junta de control fiscal en búsqueda de medidas de ahorro, los reintegros continuarán enviándose hasta cumplir con los despachos en su totalidad.

Por último, el titular de Hacienda recordó que la agencia se encuentra trabajando en el periodo de radicación de las planillas de Crédito para personas de 65 años o más y el Crédito Compensatorio para Pensionados de bajos ingresos, que se extenderá hasta el 16 de octubre de 2017.

El Formulario 481.1 de la Planilla de Crédito y Crédito Compensatorio está disponible a través de internet www.hacienda.pr.gov, en la sección de Planillas, Formularios y Anejos, así como en las colecturías alrededor de la Isla.

Hacienda desembolsa $40 millones adicionales en reintegros

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0 Comments

  1. Mark Franklin

    15 de Junio de 2017 at 6:34 am

    However, there is no need to participate in an unfair plebiscite in which the main sponsor (the US Dept of Justice) refused to endorse or provide the funding after reviewing the inadequate changes made by the government…..
    Democracy can only function if all parties are fair and transparent — a situation which sadly was not the case on Sunday.

    • Chris

      15 de Junio de 2017 at 1:56 pm

      White trash elf Jefferson Beauregard Sessions III was never going to approve the referendum anyways. He can’t even handle being questioned by Kamala Harris muchless exert the mental capacity to approve a Puerto Rican status referendum.

  2. Pablo Rolon-Torres

    15 de Junio de 2017 at 8:06 am

    You could not have said it any better

  3. Calcetín Justiciero

    15 de Junio de 2017 at 9:41 am

    Taking your last paragraph, if the politicians from the PNP party who drafted this referendum would’ve done it in a serious manner, maybe that 77-81% (because the US Census Bureau points to over 2.6 million able voters in Puerto Rico) absentee boicot figure would be lower. Anyone that follows politics in Puerto Rico saw the events that led up to this. I mean, you can ignore that and take this as tabula rasa, but that’s pretty much ignoring what the word context means.

    I would’ve gone and voted for independence if the PNP party would’ve played by the rules and done an economic referendum exercise, either placing the ELA squarely on the ballot – not leaving an excuse out there – or via the original, which was Statehood or Free Association / Independence (which would’ve had a low turnout anyway, because the 2nd or 1st most powerful political party in PR essentially look for the ELA in a referendum and, when not there, vote blank ballots or “none of the above”, all of which were denied to them in this plebiscite).

    In fact, the PPD is a divided party, cleverly exacerbated by the PNP, because in the 2012 referendum blank ELA ballots and ELA Soberano practically were squarely half and half (498k vs 454k votes). Both of that summed up over 50%, whereas statehood got 44%.

    The PNP even ignored the Department of Justice’s plea to give them time to certify the new ballot in order to give out their blessing! So what are we talking about when we talk about “rules” and how us boicotters really don’t count? I wasn’t going to enable that charade!

    • Chris

      15 de Junio de 2017 at 1:55 pm

      Independence? By boycotting you propped up the colony you claim to oppose. Your a colonialist melon.

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