Marina del Pilar Avila’s government forgives up to 100 percent of fines and surcharges in vehicle management in Baja California.

#Tijuana, #BajaCalifornia. – In order to support the economy of the inhabitants of Baja California, the State Government will forgive 100 percent of the surcharges on the late payment of license plates, decals, circulation cards and revalidation of driver’s licenses.

The above, thanks to the Decree presented by the Governor of Baja California, Marina del Pilar Avila Olmeda, for the benefit of both individuals and corporations, which was published this Friday in the State’s Official Gazette. Said benefit will apply at 100 percent as long as payment is made in a single installment of the total outstanding tax obligations no later than December 31 of this year.

The remission will be of 50 percent of the surcharges generated and 100 percent of the fines, only when the taxpayer complies with the payment in installments, as long as it does not exceed 6 months and an initial payment of at least one fourth is made no later than December 31 of this year.

The Secretary of Finance, Marco Antonio Moreno Mexía, explained that a delay in the compliance of tax obligations was detected, derived from the first revisions implemented to the state finances. He clarified that these measures do not have a tax collection purpose, but rather the reactivation of the economic development that in the results benefits the whole society.

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