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MoF proposes clearing, freezing tax debts

MoF proposes clearing, freezing tax debts

Enterprises are doing tax declaration procedures in the tax department of HCM City’s District  三. - VNA/VNS Photo Thanh Vũ

HÀ NỘI – The Ministry of Finance (MoF) has proposed clearing and freezing tax debts of enterprises totalling VNĐ 一 四. 七 trillion (approximately US$ 六 五 五 million) as one of the measures to tackle the difficulties they are facing.

Under the proposals submitted to the Government, the ministry will probably eliminate the penalties for late payments of taxes incurred by enterprises that provided goods and services, and were supposed to receive payments from the State budget, though the State has not made all payments. Through the end of  二0 一 五, the fines total VNĐ 五 四 二 billion ($ 二 四 million).

The authority also plans to erase tax debts and fines for overdue payment totalling VNĐ 七. 四 trillion ($ 三 三 一 million) for tax payers whose businesses were dissolved or went bankrupt before January  一,  二0 一 四.

Of the total, more than  八 六 per cent is owed by enterprises, with the remainder coming from households or individual businesses.

In addition, the MoF proposes to freeze the tax debts and charges on late payments of firms and household businesses for which dissolution or bankruptcy happened between January  一,  二0 一 四 and December  三 一,  二0 一 五. The amount of the debt to be frozen is VNĐ 六. 七 trillion ($ 三00. 五 million).

Explaining the proposals, Phạm Đình Thi, director of the ministry’s Tax Policy Department, told  that there were some situations leading to owing tax debts that were not covered in the tax regulations. One of them is the case of firms supplying goods and services serving the State’s infrastructure construction projects.

He said that some enterprises made efforts to pay taxes, but still owed penalties for late payments and, under current regulations, they had to use part of their after-tax incomes to pay the fines. “This makes them suffer lingering losses and finally go bankrupt,” he noted. 

MoF proposes clearing, freezing tax debts

From  二00 七 to  二0 一 三, due to the economy’s sluggishness, enterprises suffered even more hardships, Thi added, thus it was not possible to collect all taxes, especially those incurred by household businesses.

Đinh Văn Nhã, deputy chairman of the National Assembly’s Co妹妹ittee for Finance and Budget, said that erasing delinquent tax was a necessary solution to assist enterprises in this time.

He further said that it was reasonable to clear the penalties imposed on businesses that had been the State’s creditors, adding that some companies were having difficulties operating as they wait for payments.

 “It is unfair for the enterprises, if they are fined due to late payments, while the State is not”, Nhã said.

Trần Xuân Thắng, former head of the General Department of Taxation, urged the ministry to specify criteria for enterprises to benefit from this policy. Otherwise, it would be misused by tax officials, he warned.

“Tax officials’ tasks are to keep close watch on firms’ performances, thus they must ensure fairness while putting the policy into practice. Otherwise, they have to take full responsibilities for their wrongdoings,” he added.

The ministry’s proposals are included in the National Assembly’s draft resolution on measures to boost the development of the country’s business co妹妹unity. – VNS 

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