Argentina's corporate tax rate is calculated according to a number of factors related to your commercial activity and geographic location, both inside and outside the South American nation. If you are considering company incorporation in Argentina, you will need to understand the corporate tax regime you will be dealing with, in order to maximize your potential benefits in Latin America's third-largest economy by GDP. Argentina's Corporate Tax Rate National Argentina's corporate tax rate is handled by the Federal Administration for Public Revenue (AFIP). Among its responsibilities, the entity handles: Registration of Tax ID for physical persons and legal entitiesDetermination process for national taxesFiling of tax returnsThe imposition of fines and penalties Management of the appeals process related to taxes Municipal Provincial and municipal administrations levy turnover tax, real estate tax, stamp duty, vehicle tax, and tax on public advertising. The local tax entity for the capital city of Buenos Aires is the “Government Administration for Public Revenue" (AGIP). General Compliance Requirements National tax ID registry Entities seeking to operate in Argentina must apply to the AFIP for a "Single Tax Identification Number," or CUIT (pronounced "coo-it"). This will be the reference for both national and municipal taxes. Return filing National Taxes are filed online through the AFIP website. Municipal Taxes are filed before the municipal tax authority. That is the the AGIP for entities operating in Buenos Aires and varies by region outside. Imports/ Exports...