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VCN - By the end of June, 100% of enterprises have used e-invoices successfully, and the number of invoices reached 536 million.
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According to the latest report from the General Department of Taxation, as of June 30, there are 851,372 organizations, enterprises, and branches across the nation (100% of who want to change to e-invoices) and 65,576 household businesses having registered and converted to use e-invoices according to Decree No. 123/2020/ND-CP and Circular No. 78/2021/TT-BTC.
So far, the number of invoices has reached 536.6 million. Enterprises in fifty provinces and cities, which have implemented phase 2 and wanted to use e-invoices, have successfully registered on the e-invoices system. The number of registers is 377,484, reaching 100% in total.
The number of household businesses registered and converted to use e-invoices according to Decree No. 123/2020/ND-CP and Circular No. 78/2021/TT-BTC is 42,701. Thus, the total number of invoices received and processed by 57 tax departments is 109,3 million.
According to Mr. Pham Quang Toan - Director of the Information Technology Department (General Department of Taxation) - the users of e-invoices are very diverse with many different economic types and management methods.
The General Department of Taxation has commanded tax departments to review, classify, develop appropriate plans and organize the implementation not to affect taxpayers' production and business process.
Additionally, the General Department of Taxation has implemented nationwide e-invoices in each area.
The tax sector has proactively coordinated with organizations providing e-invoice services to arrange and allocate resources in implementation, training, propaganda, and support for taxpayers, especially in rural areas or remote areas.
Timely support for taxpayers and making them count on state agencies when applying e-invoices is a priority that the Tax General Department has identified and implemented from the beginning.
Sixty-three tax departments were set up to quickly grasp the difficulties of taxpayers, ensuring that the implementation is not affected.
Mr. Toan said that in the coming time, the tax agency will continue to receive and process registration declaration for using e-invoices of new businesses; receive and provide tax authority codes for e-invoices of enterprises using e-invoices with codes; receive data of e-invoices without codes.
Simultaneously, they would encourage the use of e-invoices by taxpayers through activities such as random dialing.
By Thuy Linh/ Hai Yen