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Tax authorities collected over 23,000 billion VND of tax debt by the end of August

10:18 | 17/09/2018

VCN – According to the statistic of General Department of Taxation, by the end of August, the total amount of debt collected by the Tax sector was over 82,800 billion VND. It increased by 1,340 billion VND compared to the same point of time in 31/7/2018.

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Tax authorities would strengthen monitoring and supervision for the implementation of urging and debt enforcement. Photo: TL

In that, the group of tax debt for 90 days and over 90 days was over 48,000 billion VND, accounting for 58% of total amount of tax debt, including: the amount of tax and fees was 22,859 billion VND (accounting for 27.6% of total amount of tax debt); The amount of debt related to land was 8,856 billion VND (accounting for 10.7% of total amount of tax debt), increased by 974 billion VND (+12.4%) compared to the same point in time in 31/7/2018. The fines for administrative violations and late payment of tax were 16,308 billion VND (accounting for 19.7% of total tax debt).

Remarkably, the group of irrecoverable debts (from taxpayers who died, lost or lost their civil act ability, related to criminal liability, dissolved themselves, went bankrupt, stopped, stopped and run away from their business address) was over 34,800 billion VND. This debt accounted for 42% of total debt, increased by 3,349 billion VND compared to 31/12/2017 and increased up to 409 billion VND compared with 31/7/2018.

By using drastic measures, as of 31/8/2018, the tax authorities have promoted debt collection by more than 23,000 billion VND of tax debt. This amount was equal to 55% of the debt up to 90 days and over 90 days as of 31/12/2017. In that, tax collection by applying debt management measures was 15,799 billion VND and by using coercive measures was 7,325 billion VND.

According to the General Department of Taxation, in the future, the tax authorities will strengthen monitoring and supervision for the implementation of urging and debt enforcement. At the same time continue to disclose tax debt information to the units that intentionally delay to pay tax debt.

By Bảo Minh/Thanh Thuy