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Electric tax payment reaches over 265 trillionvnd

13:45 | 10/10/2016

VCN- The latest statistics of the General Department of Taxation show that 506,000 enterprises used more than 1.5 million electronic tax transaction payments to contribute more than265 trillion vnd to the State budget.

electric tax payment reaches over 265 trillionvnd
At the end of August 2016, the country had 73,000 newly-established enterprises. Pictured by HồngNụ.

Recently, the General Department of Taxation has reviewed, compared, and updated taxpayers’ information in their database, ensuring sufficient data for management, expediting taxpayers declared information of taxreturns accurately, and accurately reportingbusiness activities of enterprises and individuals.

Thus, as at 31 August2016, the total of the national tax returns (monthly, quarterly VAT, or as arising; the settlement of enterprise income tax and special consumption tax) reached up to 90.2% of the number of payment declarations. In which, 96.9% of declarations were summited within the time limit.

In the declaration and payment of electronic tax, so far the nation had 99.6% of the total number of operating enterprises using the online tax service. At the end of July 2016, there were more than 506,000 enterpriseswhich had completed registration of electronic tax payment servicesatcommercial banks, reaching over 91.7%. There weremore than 1.5 million electronic tax transaction payments of over 265 trillionvnd to the State budget.

A representativeof the General Department of Taxation said, the department has regularly reviewed, andcollected information, ensuring 100% of operating business enterprises, taxpayers were on the tax collection managementsystem.

The statistics of the General Department of Taxation, at the end of August, 2016, show that the country had 73,000 newly-established enterprises (an increase of 17% compared with the same period in 2015). There were 31,101 enterprises that terminated their business activities (a rise of 14.6% compared with the same periodlast year); and 14,819 enterprises temporarily suspended their business activities.

Besides, 13,510 enterprises gotback to business after a time of suspension. Therefore, at 31 August, the country had 557,709 operating enterprises (an increase of 8.2% compared to 31st August, 2015).

By Thuy Linh/ Kieu Oanh