The General Director of the Internal Revenue Service issued three regulations on December 23, 2020, which were published in the Second Supplement of the Official Registry 359 on December 29, 2020, which are:
1. Regulation NAC-DGERCGC19-00000078 establishes the Special Consumption Tax (ICE) specific tariffs applicable in 2021:
Compared to the tariffs applicable in 2020, the tariffs for cigarettes and soft drinks remain the same, the tariff for plastic bags increases -established by law- and the remaining tariffs are slightly reduced compared to 2020.
2. Regulation NAC-DGERCGC19-00000079 adjusted the manufacturer’s and ex-customs’ sales price value by US$4.29 per liter for applying the Ad Valorem tariff on alcoholic drinks, including beer, applicable for fiscal year 2021.
In 2020 the value was US$4.33 per liter.
3. Regulation NAC-DGERCGC19-00000080 established the percentages of increase to be applied over the ex-customs price or the total production costs to determine the referential prices of perfumes and toilet waters marketed through direct sale (the manufacturer or importer sells to final consumers directly and not through commercial establishments), for fiscal year 2021, according to the percentages detailed in the following table:
The values detailed in the table are the same as those established for the year 2020.
For calculating the tax, the total production costs of the nationally manufactured goods must include raw materials, direct labor, and indirect manufacturing expenses.
Any royalty payments calculated on the basis of volume, value or amount of sales will be considered part of the total production costs for calculating the tax. However, if the royalties do not exceed 5% of the sales, they should not be considered as part of the taxable base.
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