After a couple of years of work in preparing the tax reform Bill and several months of discussion and debate in the Colombian Congress, the government approved Law No 1607 on December 26 2012. With 198 articles, the law seeks to confront tax evasion in Colombia, as one of its main objectives. Diego González-Béndiksen De Zaldívar, head of DIAN’s (Colombia’s National Tax and Customs Direction) International Audit Unit, and Andrea Medina Rojas, an international auditor in the unit, describe the law’s process and what it will mean for taxpayers.
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