75% of the revenues to the local budget are taxes on personal income
Local budgets have received taxes and fees in the amount of 608, 4 million hryvnias. Nearly 75% of that amount are taxes on personal income, which is 454.6 million hryvnias. And 70.4 million hryvnias are revenues from single tax. This was reported today by the head of the main office of the Ministry of Income in Transcarpathian region Vasyl Ivancho who summed up the first half of the year at the press conference.
He also said that Transcarpathian manufacturers of excisable goods have paid 14.4 million hryvnias of the excise tax. "The biggest taxpayer is traditionally Uzhgorod cognac factory" - Ivancho said.
Also, the head of the office talked about the online reporting.
Thus, 5809 individuals and 1522 legal persons carry out reporting electronically, with digital signature. The share of taxpayers who report electronically is 95-98% of VAT payers" - Ivancho informed saying that they are ordered to actively work with tax payers to implement "no paper" and "non-personal" reporting and digital signature.
"Generally, speaking of electronic records and digital signature, we talk about remote inspection of an entity - without any communication between the inspector and the taxpayer. Since January 2014, nearly 30,000 taxpayers will be able to undergo such inspections. And starting from 2015, all subjects will be covered by the electronic inspection service."
16 July 2013 16:56