VCN – A total of 13,183 taxpayers have registered accounts via the eTax Mobile app with 1.8 million tax payment transactions in the first two months of 2022, the General Department of Taxation said.
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The General Department of Taxation has coordinated with 55 commercial banks and 63 tax departments to launch e-tax payment services and encouraged the use of the service.
As of February 18, 2021, 843,663 out of 852,081 tax payers have used the service, accounting for 99%.
Up to 841,643 enterprises have completed service registration of the banks, meeting 98.8% of the target.
From January to February 18, over 1 million e-transactions were processed with an amount of over VND122,684 billion and US$5,870,482.
The General Department of Taxation has connected with seven commercial banks to provide e-tax payment services for individual taxpayers. Accordingly, the individual taxpayers may pay tax online via the bank's payment channels such as Internet Banking and Mobile banking.
From January 1 to February 18, 53,284 out of 903,378 car and motorbike registration fee transactions were implemented via iBanking and Mobile banking, accounting for 5.9% of the total transaction across the country.
From January 1 to February 18, 9,418 taxpayers used the eTax Mobile application; 13,183 taxpayers registered accounts via the app; 1,793 transactions were processed worth VND4.5 billion, the General Department of Taxation said.
Notably, the country’s top tax regulator has informed the results of e-invoice execution.
Accordingly, the systems of seven e-invoice management centers under the General Department of Taxation and six tax departments have operated smoothly. The hotline and officers on duty have been assigned in and outside working hours to ensure regular exchange and solve problems in implementing e-invoices.
Currently, over 489,000 businesses have registered and used e-invoices under the provisions of Decree 123/2020/ND-CP.
To execute electronic invoices in phase 2, the General Department of Taxation has submitted to the Ministry in report 591/TTr-TCT dated February 15 on the implementation plan. The Ministry of Finance issued Decision 206/QD-BTC dated February 24, 2022 applying e-invoices in 57 provinces and cities, and issued an Official letter 1799/BTC-TCT on the implementation of e-invoices in 57 provinces and cities.
The General Department of Taxation is urgently deploying information technology infrastructure for expansion across the country; promulgating the decision on the detailed plan to apply e-invoices in 57 provinces and cities; improving human resources of the Steering Committee, the Standing Team to execute e-invoices at the General Department of Taxation and 57 local Tax Departments; perfecting institutions, policies and professional processes of e-invoices; implementing training and disseminating information to taxpayers and tax agencies; supervising the performance and preparation for launch in April 2022.
By Thuy Linh/Ngoc Loan