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NewsGross tax and customs revenues EUR 2.33 billion

Gross tax and customs revenues EUR 2.33 billion

In the period from January to the end of November, the Revenue and Customs Administration collected EUR 2.33 billion in gross amount, which is EUR 430 million or 22.5% more than in the same period last year. The realized collection for 11 months of this year exceeded the revenue plan by 333 million, i.e. 16.6%.

As announced, all planned activities were implemented in this period, with timely payment of budget funds. In order to increase the efficiency of revenue collection, the UPC continuously implements activities for the improvement and implementation of measures for the uniform application of tax and customs regulations.

– In November, gross revenue collection of EUR 198.4 million was achieved, which is EUR 20.3 million or 11.4% more than in the same month last year. It was also achieved above the revenue plan by 11.3, or six percent – they announced.

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According to the income structure, there was an increase in collection for 11 months of this year for all types of duties.

Of the total gross revenues so far, the collection of value added tax (VAT) refers to EUR 1.09 billion, which is EUR 158 million or 17% more than in the same period last year.

Collection of contributions amounted to EUR 496.8 million, which is EUR 99 million or 25% more than in the same period last year – it was clarified.

On the basis of corporate income tax, EUR 148 million was collected, which is 72% or 62 million more compared to the eleven-month period last year.

Realized gross collection of excise duties amounted to EUR 300 million, which is EUR 69.7 million or 30% more compared to the same period of the previous year – the announcement reads.

On the basis of customs duty (tax on international trade and transactions), EUR 48 million was collected, which is EUR 11 million or 31% more than in the same period last year.

– The Revenue and Customs Administration is focused, among other things, on the implementation of simplified procedures, trade facilitation, strengthening of proactive communication and service approach towards taxpayers, contributing to a more stable and predictable business environment – the announcement concludes.

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