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Wednesday, September 20, 2017

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Recent Events
Czech Prime Minister Proposes Bank Tax
The ruling Czech Social Democratic Party, led by Prime Minister Bohuslav Sobotka, will introduce a special tax on the countrys banks if it wins elections scheduled for later this year.
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South Korea Achieved Record Tax Revenues In 2016
South Korea posted a small fiscal surplus in 2016 for a second year running, largely due to an unexpected increased in corporate tax and value-added tax revenues.
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Switzerland Rejects Corporate Tax Reform
Proposed changes to Switzerlands corporate tax framework have been rejected in a referendum.
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UAE Confirms Details For VAT From January 2018
The UAE has provided more details on plans to introduce VAT at a rate of 5 percent across the other Gulf Co-operation Council (GCC) member states on January 1, 2018.
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Strategies

At the time being, INTA' s strategies are as follows:

  1. Getting prepared for a successful execution of value-added tax system;
  2. Creating an integrated tax system in the country;
  3. Executing the project of the Tax Administration and Reform Automation (TARA);
  4. Modifying the current tax rules and regulations;
  5. Improving the quality and promoting the level of information systems through interacting with government and non government bodies by the use of technology improvement and/or domestic or external facilities;
  6. Specifying appropriate methods and policies to calculate the tax capacity of the country in order to increase tax revenues;
  7. Controlling tax evasion caused by e-commerce through developing mechanized systems, and creating a modern information system;
  8. Increasing INTA’s financial credits according to its goals and strategies in order to:
    8.1. Modify and improve the operation of financial systems and units,
    8.2. Provide financial, recreational and motivational facilities,
    8.3. Improve levels of achievement and development in tax-related issues;
  9. Applying software/hardware facilities to promote the managers’ attitudes,
  10. Making use of the viewpoints of the public in designing the future programs of the organization;
  11. Facilitating tax processes, mechanizing them, and coordinating the mechanized systems of the organization through:
    11.1. Using experienced and technical consultants in the fields of tax and computer,
    11.2. Using the latest domestic and foreign technologies, and
    11.3. Attracting and preserving high-level experts in the domain of computer science;
  12. Creating appropriate planning structures and systems focused on applying the approach of strategic planning;
  13. Expanding relations and making effective interactions with neighboring government and non-government organizations all over the country through:
    13.1. Promoting managers’ levels of systematic and strategic understanding of the managers, and
    13. 2. Motivating the release of information;
  14. Modifying the organization structure of INTA by:
    14.1. Moderating the organization structure, perspectives and strategies,
    14.2. Assigning adequate power and authority to executive managers in order to accelerate the process of carrying out the tasks,
    14.3. Reviewing the number and types of technical and vocational positions in the organization,
    14. 4.Moving towards transparency of responsibilities of the staff, and
    14. 5. Achieving independency of the taxation system;
  15. Identifying, ranking, and issuing working permits for real or legal tax consultants, as well as introducing them to taxpayers in order to promote consultancy services and tax agencies throughout the country;
  16. Improving the INTA managers performance assessment system regarding such objective indices as:
    16.1. Their role in promoting tax culture,
    16.2. Their role in developing the self – declaration system,
    16.3. Their role in mechanizing the taxation processes, and
    16.4. Their role in improving people’s attitudes towards the tax system;
  17. Absorbing high-level educated human resources:
    17.1. Absorbing educated staff to work at regional tax offices, and
    17.2.Organizational reinforcement of tax affairs;
  18. Improving training programs intended for the staff through e-learning methods, and developing more practical training programs;
  19. Providing the staff with appropriate working atmosphere and necessary facilities; and
  20. Modifying human resource structure through defining appropriate employment regulations and procedures, and establishing a specific taxation process in the INTA on the basis of apparent and hidden tax capacities of income resources of the country.
Related Pages
Core Values of INTA
Goals
Human Resources
INTA
INTA's Mission Statement
Iranian National Tax Administration (INTA)
Manifesto of INTA's Perspective
Perspective of an Optimal Taxation System
Tax Policies
The Structure of INTA
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