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9 out of 15 tax revenues increase year on year

(BGO) – According to the Taxation Department in Bac Giang province, till the end of February 2023, nine out of 15 tax revenues represented year on year increase.

They included the collection from foreign investment business, non-state owned business, central state owned business, local state owned business, public fund, fee and charge, lottery, licensing the right of mining and other budgets.

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Typically, the collection from foreign investment business hit 1,395 billion VND (58.8 million USD), non-state-owned business (400 billion VND), central state-owned business (95 billion VND) among others.

To gain the above result, basing on the assigned estimation, the provincial Taxation Department has appointed specific collection for the competent divisions and regional Taxation Sub-Department since early this year. On every two weeks, the provincial Taxation Department holds meeting to evaluate the collection result, capture arising difficulties and obstacles for timely settlement.

Also, the Department actively reviews and urges companies to make taxation declaration and payment timely; facilitate the enterprises and business households to pay tax online so as to save the time.

Particularly, since early this year, many firms have boosted production and business activities, invested more capital, hence gaining higher revenue and contributing more to the local budget.

 

Minh Linh
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