HCMC Tax Department: budget revenue reaches VND 91,661 billion in the first 6 months of 2016 - HCMC Tax Department: budget revenue reaches VND 91,661 billion in the first 6 months of 2016 - Website Ho Chi Minh City
(HCM CityWeb) – On July 5, HCMC Tax Department organized a preliminary conference on tax revenue in the first 6 months of 2016 and deploying tax tasks in the rest of 2016. Vice Chairman of HCMC People’s Committee Tran Vinh Tuyen and General Director of General Department of Taxation Bui Van Nam attended.
In a report, Deputy Head of HCMC Tax Department Le Duy Minh said total State’s budget revenue in the first 6 months of 2016 reaches 96,661 billion, accounting for 49.37% of fiscal year’s plan (VND 195,800 billion, of which VND 177,600 billion comes from domestic revenue, VND 18,200 billion from oil crude), up 9.53% compared to the same period of 2015.
Till end of June 2016, a number of registered accounts making online tax payment reach 97.78%, of which a number of successfully registered accounts reach 89.84%, 99.18% of enterprises implementing online tax declaration.
Speaking at the conference, Mr. Tran Vinh Tuyen praised continued efforts and achieved results of the tax sector in the first 6 months of 2016, saying the task the tax sector is very tough in the last 6 months. He expressed his hope that leaders and tax workers continue making efforts to fulfill their task in this year. He also requested HCMC Tax Department continues to strengthen administrative reform to create the best favorable conditions for tax payers; applying information technology in tax management; strengthening information propaganda and support activities to help tax payers completely understand tax provisions and comply with obligations and tax policies and laws; strengthening inspection, supervision of implementation of public services to promptly detect and deal with any violation, thoroughly dealing with any those convicting of corruption or posing difficulty for tax payers.
Mr. Tuyen requested HCMC Tax Department to strengthen inspection, supervision on enterprises in the sectors with big tax revenues or with high risks of tax evasion and fraud, etc. preventing tax losses, strengthening tax arrears collection and managing tax liability as prescribed.