In the first eight months of the year the whole tax sector has conducted more than 50,000 inspections, reaching 56.25% of the plan in 2018.
The results of revenue collection last month was considered as the highest achievement from the beginning of 2018 to the present in Hai Phong Customs Department.
According to the latest information from Hai Phong Customs Department, by the end of July, the whole Department has handled and recovered 236 billion VND of tax debts.
The tax management of e-commerce business is still a thorny problem for tax authorities to solve.
By the end of June, the revenue collected from seaport fees achieved 765.9 billion VND, equivalent to 42.5% of current appropriation
The tax sector is putting more effort in the work of tax management for households by following the direction of modernization, facilitating to household businesses
In the last 6 months of the year, the State revenue collection from the Customs sector will be heavily influenced by petroleum products
According to Hanoi Customs Department, the revenue collection from the beginning of the year to mid-June in 2018 was quite difficult, reaching 37.5% of current appropriation.
According to HCM City Market Management Branch, in the first 6 months of 2018, the Branch has discovered 2,534 cases of violations from specialized inspection and interdisciplinary inspection.
At the end of the first 5 months, the Tax sector has implemented more than 17,700 tax inspections, achieved 20% of the plan.
In the first 5 months of 2018, the Tax sector revenue achieved more than 445,000 billion VND.
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As of 28/5, the state revenue reached more than 1.510 billion VND, reaching 47% of the target, increased by 17% over the same period in 2017.
Hanoi Customs Department said that revenue collecting from key items accounted for 53% of total revenue which reduced by 17% over the same period in 2017.