VCN – The Hanoi Tax Department is conducting inspection and review of deadline extension for paying land rent in accordance with Decree 41/2020/NĐ-CP.
|Hanoi Tax Department also required tax branches to check and review files for a deadline extension of paying land rent. Photo: TL|
According to Hanoi Tax Department, although tax collection from using non-agricultural land accounted for a small proportion of total State revenue, it was a stable and regular source of revenue collection for the local budget. Therefore, strict management of this revenue was a very important task, which enhances the State management of land.
Due to the complex management of subjects, it is necessary to have active cooperation with local authorities. Thus, in the process of implementation, there still exist inadequacies, problems, and difficulties in the management, collection, and recovery of tax debts such as: incorrect information on tax declaration forms and tax identification numbers granted to taxpayers. The payment documents have not been entered into the system in time, resulting in taxpayers' inquiries and petitions.
To uniformly and effectively implement non-agricultural tax management, as well as minimize false information and data, support revenue collection for local authorities, leaders of Hanoi Tax Department requested tax branches and functional divisions raise the sense of responsibility and strengthen tax management of using non-agricultural land.
From now till the end of the year, the tax division and branches should review and standardize data of using non-agricultural land use; coordinating to provide and receive the review list with the People's Committee of the commune and ward, setting up an implementation plan for the time, tasks of each functional divisions, periodical reporting regime; studying and proposing solutions of tax database partition of using non-agricultural land, reducing the volume of information and time of review.
Besides that, Hanoi Tax Department also required tax branches to check and review files for a deadline extension of paying land rent under Decree 41/2020/ND-CP. In case of the wrong subject, it must urgently notify taxpayers before July 30, 2020.
At the same time, tax branches and functional divisions must strictly control cases of land rent extension and have plans to urge timely for tax payment into State revenue when the extension is expired for land rent in the first term and arising payable amount in the second period. At the same time, strengthening coordination with environmental resource management authorities and local authorities in the management of land use fees collection.
By Thùy Linh/Thanh Thuy