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    As a result of the new reform for the year 2022, it was considered necessary to establish obligations for public accountants so that, in the performance of their duties, they inform the tax authority if it is the case that the taxpayer has failed to comply with tax or customs provisions; as well as the commission of a fiscal crime. The foregoing is regulated by article 52 third paragraph of section III of the Federal Tax Code that will come into force at the beginning of the year 2022.
    On the other hand, article 91-A of the CFF was modified, which indicates the obligation of the public auditor/accountant, that if, due to the exercise of his professional function of issuing opinions on financial statements, he knows that the taxpayer failed to comply with the obligations fiscal matters in customs and foreign trade, in relation to the tariff classification of goods, the public accountant is obliged to report the omissions of the taxpayer to the supervisory authority through a complaint.
    If it is the case that the accountant fails to make the corresponding complaint, before such an act it may be established that he is the responsible subject for covering up the tax crimes of the taxpayers since he is aware of the facts that generated the crime Tax Accountants Melbourne. Due to the foregoing, it would fall under the assumption of article 96, section III of the Federal Tax Code, which determines the sanctions for accountants who do not report the corresponding information.
    That is why, by not complying with these new provisions, public accountants may be subject to sanctions ranging from suspension for three years to practice as a public accountant to imprisonment for three to six years.
    However, this measure will begin to take effect in January of next year, so public accountants have enough time to defend themselves against these new illegalities and avoid sanctions that affect the performance of their duties.
    In this case, the ideal is to promote an indirect protection within the term of 30 days after the entry into force; claiming the unconstitutionality of articles 91-A and 96 section III of the Federal Tax Code.
    With this legal channel, the Court could protect the public accountant through a provisional suspension and at the time a definitive suspension so that the obligations and sanctions of the new reform are not applicable.

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