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More than 555,000 enterprises apply e-invoices

12:32 | 22/07/2021

VCN – The tax sector has expedited the e-invoice application. All 63 provinces and cities have launched e-invoice application.

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The Tax sector has updated more than 150 administrative procedures to the National Public Service Portal
All 63 provinces and cities have launched e-invoice application

More than 150 administrative procedures updated to the National Public Service Portal

To date, the Tax sector has updated more than 150 tax administrative procedures to the National Public Service Portal at: https://dichvucong.gov,vn/. It means that the General Department of Taxation reached 161% of the target assigned by the Ministry of Finance.

The General Department of Taxation said tax procedures have been publicized in various forms such as updated on websites of the General Department, local tax departments and tax branches; posted at the headquarters of the General Department of Taxation; or publicized on the national database so that the taxpayer can find information easily.

The General Department of Taxation has been upgrading IT applications to meet regulations on policies and procedures in accordance with the new Law on tax. In addition to support enterprises in tax declaration, payment and refund online, the General Department of Taxation has requested its tax units to accelerate the deployment and support individual taxpayers to declare and pay tax online and launch the e-invoice application to realize targets on building e-Government.

Currently, the e-tax declaration system has been deployed in all 63 provinces and cities and 100% of subordinates. At least 830,500 of 833,800 active enterprises have used e-tax declaration services. The e-tax declaration system has received over 9.7 million dossiers.

As of June, 2021, 824,466 of 833,867 active enterprises registered to use e-tax payment services with the tax agency.

At least 823.131 enterprises registered e-tax payment via banks. To date, enterprises paid VND372,163 billion and US$19,183,580.

E-tax refund has been launched in all 63 local governments. In the first half of the year, the number of enterprises applying for e-VAT refund was 6,416 of 6,582 units with refunded VAT amount of VND68,340 billion.

Designing a comprehensive system for e-invoice management

The tax sector has expedited the e-invoice application. All 63 provinces and cities have launched e-invoice application. At least 255 enterprises piloted e-invoices with verification code of the tax agency and more than 550,000 enterprises has applied e-invoices under Circular No. 32/2011 of the Ministry of Finance.

About 2.3 billion e-invoices were used in 2020, accounting for 50% of total invoices in 2020.

In addition to deploying e-invoices, the General Department of Taxation is finalizing the Circular on e-invoices; and seeking technical solutions and designing a comprehensive system for e-tax management in accordance with Decree 123/2020 of the Government.

Accordingly, the e-invoice system will be built on infrastructure 4.0 towards Big Data to meet the demand of large invoice volume.

More than 110,000 businesses and organizations in Ha Noi have used e-invoices More than 110,000 businesses and organizations in Ha Noi have used e-invoices

The system will be deployed in six provinces and cities including Hanoi, HCM City, Quang Ninh, Hai Phong, Phu Tho and Binh Dinh in the last six months of the year before being expanded nationwide for the deadline described in Decree 123/2020 of the Government.

By Thuy Linh/ Huyen Trang