The Independiente collection is in the sights of the AFIP

The Federal Administration of Public Revenues (AFIP) analyzes raising a request for reports on those who donate a large amount in the collection initiated by Santiago Maratea in Independent. The request that would fall on those who contribute more than $200,000 in the collection to help the Avellaneda club pay off its debts.

The entity made a similar resolution when it asked banks and payment service providers (PSPs), such as Market Payment or Modeso that they report operations carried out by their clients when they exceed a specific amount.

AFIP sources indicated that the money received by maratea to date is not deposited in no trust, and they explained that the club should have opened an account for that specific purpose before starting with the donations. Therefore, there is no company name in whose name the money is being received, it is not clear in what capacity the donations are being transferred, and an end date has not been set for said trust, all irregularities that are being targeted. of the entity that leads Carlos Castagneto.

From the collecting entity they advanced that it is going to begin to analyze the subject, since the donation regime has been regulated by a general resolution of AFIP for ten years. The objective of the regulation is to avoid that there are individuals who want to pass off as a donation, which could ultimately be a money laundering maneuver. They stated that a priori the case of Independiente does not fit with the donation regime, which warrants a detailed study of the case that became public, since it is to be expected that the AFIP will make contact with the club in the next few hours.

The collection that is close to $500 million

The influencer Santiago Maratea announced at a press conference the details of the collection that he promoted through his social networks, to financially save Club Atlético Independiente, which is going through an institutional and financial crisis.

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“The only way to save Independiente is the trust”, were the words he spoke at a press conference Miguel Angel Santorohistorical goalkeeper of the multi-champion of the Copa Libertadores in the 1970s.

Meanwhile, Maratea said that “in a Mercado Pago account the money that was needed could not be accumulated, so a trust was set up. He is armed and belongs to the fans. The management of that money and the responsibility for that money is entirely mine.”

For the technician it is touching

Independent’s coach Ricardo Zielinski, described as “moving” the collection led by the influencer Maratea, with the aim of cleaning up the institution’s liabilities.

“The fact that the fans help and we have a path of tranquility is positive. We are all going to collaborate with the collection and I thank Santiago Maratea for helping us. The collection is very mobilizing”, described the coach at the press conference. “All the members of the coaching staff and the team will put money,” he explained.

Independiente is going through a tough institutional moment, with the resignation of the president-elect last October, Fabian Doman, and a transition with Nestor Grindetti (Mayor on leave of the Buenos Aires party of Lanús, Together for Change) at the head for 90 days. In addition, the club has large debts, which reach 20 million dollars and an urgent one for Cecilio Dominguez -of 5,600,000 dollars- with America from Mexico, which has it inhibited.

Regarding sports, Independiente will face this Sunday Belgrano of Cordoba at home, from 6:00 p.m., in the Libertadores de América, with the aim of leaving the bottom of the general table.

“The truth is that we think that the championship is long but all the games are important. It seemed to me that With River we don’t take it this way. Being in Independiente and we must do things to be better than our rivals. It would help us a lot to play a great game,” he said.

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