VCN - Hanoi Tax Department has just published a list of 86 units owing tax, fees and land rent with a debt of more than VND 40 billion.
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|Hanoi Tax Department has assigned specific objectives and tasks to each unit leader regarding the debt collection task. Photo Thuy Linh.|
In this list, only one unit owing land rent is Hoai Nam Company Limited with a debt of VND 2.2 billion.
In addition, there are 85 businesses owing taxes and fees with a total amount of VND 38.2 billion. Headed by Hancorp Joint Stock Company with the debt as of 31 January 2019 of VND 3.7 billion. Followed by Hai Long Trading and Service Co., Ltd., and Electricity and Telecommunications Industry and Development Development Co., Ltd., with a debt of VND 3 billion and VND 2.5 billion respectively.
Since the beginning of 2019, Hanoi Tax Department has publicly posted 96 units owing tax, fee and land rent with a total debt of VND 244.3 billion. As a result, after public posting, 39 enterprises and projects paid VND 4.7 billion to the state budget.
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It is known that in 2019, the tax debt control continues to be determined by Hanoi Tax Department as a key task. Right from the beginning of the year, Hanoi Tax Department has assigned specific objectives and tasks to each unit leader on tax debt collection, collecting debt arrears, assigned the debt collection targets to each leader, each division of the Tax Department, Tax Branches, each tax officer; and at the same time directing and strengthening measures to urge and enforce debt recovery.
By Ngoc Linh/ Huyen Trang