According to El País, net tax collection reached $33,482 million and grew 12% in real terms compared to the same month of 2020.
The collection determined was made in relation to the following taxes: Value Added Tax (VAT), Impuesto sobre la Renta de Personas Físicas – IRPF (Income Tax of Individuals), Impuesto Específico Interno -IMESI (Internal Specific Tax), and Impuesto a la Renta sobre las Actividades Económicas – IRAE (Income Tax on Economic Activities) for the period of June 2021.
According to the aforementioned platform, the collection for each of the aforementioned taxes is as follows:
VAT revenues from this tax reached $18,218 million in June. Thus, it represented 46.7% of the total gross collection.
IMESI generated $3,770 million in revenues, representing 9.7% of total gross revenues.
IRPF collection amounted to $6,140 million in June and represented 15.7% of total revenues.
IRAE reached $5.436 million in June, representing 13.9% of total gross revenues.
In this sense, the total gross tax collection of the Dirección General Impositiva – DGI (General Tax Directorate) amounted to $38,990 million in June, i.e., real growth of 9.6%.
According to the DGI, Total Gross Collection in the last 12 year-on-year variations at constant prices was as follows:
According to El Observador, excise taxes were the main source of income for the State Fund with Ch$21,987 million and a growth of 16.1% in the month.
Among them, the VAT and IMESI collections stand out, emphasizing that the real variation for this tax was 67.4% in June, with a strong expansion in fuels, automobiles, and beverages.
Source: El País 05/08/21