VCN – According to the Hanoi Tax Department, although few taxpayers come to lodge tax finalisation dossiers directly, the number of tax finalisation dossiers logding online has increased sharply, bringing the total number of received tax finalisation dossiers by March 28 up to more than 85%.
|Picture at Single Window Division of Hanoi Tax Department.|
Implementing directives of the Prime Minister, People's Committee of Hanoi on suspending meetings and events with more than 20 people to limit the spread of Covid-19; Official Letter No. 1306/TCT-DNNCN dated March 27, 2020 of the General Department of Taxation on enhancing support individuals to directly finalise the personal income tax in 2019, Hanoi Tax Department recommended taxpayers accompany with tax authorities by lodging via mail. Tax authorities will collate the data declared in electronic tax declaration dossiers with dossiers sent by post for processing in accordance with regulations.
To support taxpayers, in recent years, Hanoi Tax Department has implemented many effective communication and support solutions such as building concise videos about notes when making tax finalisation and instructions for online tax declaration and payment. With these solutions, taxpayers have changed the habit from submitting dossiers directly to the tax office to sending dossiers via the web portal of tax authorities and sending paper dossiers by mail.
The deadline for submitting tax finalisation dossiers of 2019 is March 30, 2020. However, according to the Hanoi Tax Department, at the Single Window division of the Hanoi Tax Department, few taxpayers are coming to submit a tax finalisation dossiers while the amount of dossiers submitted through the web portal of tax authorities has increased sharply. According to statistics on 28/3 showed that the number of tax finalisation dossiers sent to the tax authorities hit 85% more than expected.
Hanoi Tax Department recommended that to join hands with State agencies to implement measures of Covid-19 prevention in the current period, taxpayers should intensify the use of electronic methods in transactions under the guidance of competent State authorities.
By Thùy Linh/Thanh Thuy