SPA – Riyadh:
The Zakat, Tax and Customs Authority has renewed its call on taxpayers to take advantage of the initiative of “abolition of fines and exemption from financial penalties” for all those subject to tax regulations, which have recently been recognized for its economic implications. was launched with the aim of reducing Establishment due to corona pandemic.
She explained that the initiative came into force at the beginning of last June and will continue until November 30, 2022 AD, with taxpayers fined for late registration, late payment, and delay in submitting a declaration across all tax systems. Discount is included. , in addition to the fine for correcting the declaration for value-added tax, and the penalty for field control violations related to the application of electronic billing provisions and other general provisions for value-added tax.
The authority said that in order to take advantage of the penalty exemption initiative, it is necessary to register in the tax system in which those who have not registered earlier were required to register, and were required to submit all the returns to be filed. to the authority that has not previously been submitted, with the correct disclosure of all undisclosed taxes, and the origin of the tax debt relating to the full payment return, or modified to correctly disclose potential tax obligations , with the possibility to submit a request for installments to the Authority, provided that the application has been submitted, studied and approved by the Authority during the validity of the initiative,
Commitment to pay all due installments within due dates as per the installment plan approved by the Authority. Zakat, Tax and Customs insists that this initiative does not include fines related to violations of tax evasion, fines paid before the effective date of this initiative, and late payment fines related to basic tax included in an installment plan which is to be paid after the expiry of the period specified for the initiative. It also renewed its call for initiators to review the details of the initiative through the guide available on its website, including the most salient points of the decision to exempt the fines, calling on all to be contacted. When there is an inquiry about the initiative through the unified number of the call center (1993), which works round the clock, seven days a week, or through the account “Ask Zakat, Taxes and Customs” on Twitter: (@Zatca_Care) , or by e-mail: ([email protected]), or through immediate interaction through the Authority website: (zatca.gov.sa).