Lang Son Customs paid nearly VND4 3 billion to budget from post clearance audit

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VCN – According to statistics from Lang Son Customs Department, so far the unit has conducted 85 post-clearance audits and detected 66 violation cases. Lang Son Customs paid nearly VND4.3 billion to the budget from post-clearance audit, exceeding 13.15% of the assigned target.

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Customs officers of Huu Nghi Customs Branch at work. Photo: H.Nu

The representative of Lang Son Customs Department said from early in the year, the unit has accelerated the profiling of goods with suspicious signs of classification, tax rate or declared value. In addition, the unit has proactively collected and analyzed information on the basis of applying risk management for risky businesses, products and customs regimes to select subjects for effective post-clearance inspection.

The department issued a decision to inspect 86 cases and as of October 31, the department completed 85 inspections and detected 66 violation cases with a total payment of nearly VND4.3 billion to the State budget, exceeding 13.15% of the assigned target.

Of which, the imposed additional tax amount was VND3.2 billion; fines for administrative violations were over VND682 million; fines for late payment were over VND337 million and the collected debt amount was over VND290 million. In October alone, the whole department conducted five inspections, detected seven violation cases with a total remittance of VND1.9 billion to the State budget.

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In the last two months of the year, the unit will continue to seriously implement the post-clearance inspection according to Official Letter 4797/TCHQ-KTSTQ dated October 11, 2021 on post-clearance inspection amid the Covid-19 pandemic. The unit will focus on reviewing and inspecting high-risk items in terms of codes, prices, tax rates, and goods eligible for VAT incentives, such as consumer goods, agricultural products, medicinal herbs, and medical equipment.

By Nu Bui/ Huyen Trang

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