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Wed, 06 Dec 2017 17:37 - Updated Wed, 06 Dec 2017 17:37

AGT holds taxpayer registration campaign

Lubango - A campaign to convert informal economic agents into formal economic agents started Wednesday in Lubango municipality, promoted by the General Tax Administration, to broaden the taxpayer base and increase revenues.

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Symbol of General Tax Administration - AGT -

Photo: Pedro Parente

AGT groups worked in the morning in the largest market in this municipality, Mutundo, with a capacity for more than 7,000 traders, where were identified about 500 taxpayers, who will go to formality, paying their taxes.

Speaking to Angop, the head of the tax department of the fifth tax region which comprises Namibe and Huíla provinces, Shinya Jordão, said that with the extension of the tax base, more taxpayers are expected to pay taxes.

The AGT actions, consists of receiving documents and awareness of registration, where the card with the Tax Identification Number (NIF) is assigned, and is the link between the agency and the taxpayer.

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