"Reserved" Tax Information in Guatemala

Resolution 450-2009 classifies taxpayer inspection and audit activities as "reserved information".

Tuesday, July 14, 2009


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The resolution by the state´s revenue authority (SAT) establishes which documents and information won't be publicly available. Among them is taxpayer compliance.

From La Prensa Libre´s website: "The decision is based on the 58-2007 decree from the Information Access Law. It establishes three classifications, which include risk models used, audit and inspection manuals and systems, and the yearly inspection plan".

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