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Explanation: there is a form of VAT contribution called a monotribute ( a one time payment). As for autónomo it would have been good to have the actual context, but independent might be what you are looking for, maybe even autonomous...
TAX COLLECTION CUMULATIVE AT MARCH 1999
... VAT revenue net of reimbursements, fell by 8.3% due to a strong fall in imports
and the set up of the Simplified Regime for Small Contributors (monotribute). ... www.mecon.gov.ar/boletin/1st99/CHAPTER21.htm
hope it helps a bit!
Elisa Capelão Local time: 10:24 Native speaker of: Portuguese PRO pts in pair: 172
autónomo = self-employed person (may be freelance,
Explanation: shop-owner, physical person with unlimited responsibility, etc.)
Monotributista = seems to be a term exclusive to Argentina, which has translated it into English as "monotribute", but implies paying a single tax even when several activities are involved. A contrast to this may be the Spanish system of "imposición por módulos", in which each activity is accounted for by a tax module.
Hope the information helps. A new term may be necessary, depending on your document.
Parrot Spain Local time: 11:24 Native speaker of: English PRO pts in pair: 7645