EconomyArmando Ramírez will be the administrator of Large Taxpayers...

Armando Ramírez will be the administrator of Large Taxpayers of the SAT

The federal government sent for ratification to the Chamber of Deputies the appointments of Antonio Martínez Dagnino, as the new head of the Tax Administration Service ( SAT ) and who will remain in place of Raquel Buenrostro, now Secretary of Economy.

The new head of the treasury served as general administrator of Large Taxpayers , a position that will now be held by Armando Ramírez Sánchez .

The appointment of Gari Gevijoar Flores Hernández González also arrived, as general administrator of Collection, in addition to Ricardo Carrasco Varona as general legal administrator of the SAT.

According to Santiago Creel, president of the Board of Directors of the Chamber of Deputies, the appointments were sent to the Finance Commission for its opinion, and future ratification by officials.

The foregoing arose in the context of the discussion and voting on the opinion of the Federal Income Law 2023, which determines how public resources will be obtained for the following year, and in which the SAT has a great function and responsibility. , because according to the opinion, 56% of public income will come from the collection and payment of taxes to citizens and companies.

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