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The transitory law initiative seeks to increase the purchasing power of salvadorans during this Christmas and year-end season.
The Ministerio de Economía (MINEC), promotes law initiatives that contribute to the economic growth and sustained development of the country, in order to improve the quality of life of salvadorans.
The Ministry of Finance reminds taxpayers that the last day to file and pay Income Tax (ISR) for fiscal year 2022 is tomorrow, may 2.
If you are one of those who are about to file your income tax return, in this Dinero.com.sv article we explain what points you should take into account.
The Ministry of Finance, through the General Directorate of Internal Taxes, calls on taxpayers to file their Income Tax Return through the website www.mh.gob.sv
The Ministry of Finance (MH) indicated that the collection of Income Tax (ISR) accumulated US$1,909.7 million in the period from january to july 2022.
The management of public resources focused on the welfare of the population has allowed keeping commitments up to date.
The Minister of Finance, Alejandro Zelaya in a morning interview expressed that this year this State portfolio obtained about 16% more in Income Tax (ISR) declarations.
Salvadorans who have not filed their income tax return, have until today to do so. The Ministry of Finance is calling taxpayers to file their tax returns on time, in order to avoid fines and setbacks.
The minister of Finance, Alejandro Zelaya, informed salvadorans that the institution expects to collect US$2.5 billion in Income Tax (ISR), and in terms of refunds it could be around US$35 to 40 million.