Thu, 05 Oct 2017 07:49 - Updated Thu, 05 Oct 2017 07:49
Tax revenues reach over AKZ 284 billion
Luanda - Just over 284.6 billion kwanzas is the amount collected in the first quarter of the present year, by the Major Taxpayers Section (RFGC) of the General Tax Administration (AGT).
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AGT holds methodological meeting with Major Taxpayers
Photo: Rosario dos Santos
Tax revenues tend to grow
This amount, which comes on a report presented last Wednesday at the Second Methodological Meeting with Major Taxpayers, does not include the revenues from the oil sector.
The mentioned financial amount is a result of taxation on companies operating in the areas of services, as well as financial institutions, trade sector, industry, construction and the mining sector.
The document also states that in the year 2016 the AGT collected from Major Taxpayers about AKZ 710.9 billion, excluding the oil sector as well.
Currently with 320 Major Taxpayers registered, the RFGC periodically responds to requests to clarify aspects relating to its taxation procedures, reason why last Wednesday’s meeting took place.
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