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22/12/2019 - 06:09

Long An: Domestic revenue reaches 13,650 billion VND

According to the Director of the Tax Department of Long An province - Cao Van Tao, by December 19, the total domestic revenue is 13,650 billion VND, reaching 117.4 percent of the draft ordinance and 109.5 percent of the estimate, up 20.8 percent over the same period in 2018; in which, collecting lottery is 1,604.263 billion VND, land use fee is 2,249.013 billion VND; the total balanced revenue (except for land use fees and lottery) is 9,796.724 billion VND, reaching 105.1 percent of the assigned estimates, up 30.7 percent over the same period in 2018.

Enterprises make an important contribution to the provincial budget revenue

In the tax collection based on the field of management, there are 12 out of 16 fields and the tax revenue achieved and exceeded the estimate. In the budget collection by area, 15 out of 15 districts, towns and cities exceeded the total domestic revenue estimates, including Tan Tru (reaching 273.7 percent of the estimate), Moc Hoa (reaching 270.7 percent of the estimate), etc. In the total balanced revenue (except for land use fees), 12 out of 15 districts and towns have exceeded the estimate; Ben Luc, Can Duoc districts and Tan An city have not reached the estimates yet.

Domestic revenue in 2019 is estimated at 14,300 to 14,500 billion VND, absolute revenue is over 2,800 billion VND and surpassing the balanced revenue of 10,000 billion VND; the total budget revenue in the province is from 17,800 to 18,000 billion VND (in which, customs revenue reached 3,500 billion VND).

To achieve the above results, in addition to the efforts of the Tax sector, it is a great effort of taxpayers, especially enterprises in the province. Although in 2019, the enterprises have still faced many difficulties in production and business, they have been paid attention and well implemented tax obligations to the State.

According to Mr. Cao Van Tao, the Tax sector has been highly concentrated in the remaining days of the year to strive to fulfill the assigned targets (16 out of 16 targets) and 15 out of 15 districts, towns and cities completed the balance estimate before December 31./.

By Thanh Tuyen - Translated by Pham Ngan