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Approximately US$40 million in taxes could be collected by the Ministry of Finance through the proposed Special Transitory Law for the Voluntary Compliance of Tax and Customs Obligations, in which the deputies of the Treasury and Special Budget Committee issued a favorable opinion.
The Minister of Finance, Alejandro Zelaya, arrived at the Fiscalía General de la República (FGR) to present 5 new notices to the Dirección de Defensa de los Intereses del Estado por presunta evasión fiscal de Impuesto Sobre la Renta (ISR) and Value Added Tax (VAT).
The management of public resources focused on the welfare of the population has allowed keeping commitments up to date.
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.
Citizens who have not yet filed the Income Tax Return corresponding to 2021 still have seven days to do so. Next may 2 is the deadline to do so, informed the Ministry of Finance, through the Dirección General de Impuestos Internos (DGII).
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.
The minister of Finance, Alejandro Zelaya, stated in an interview that during the Tax Amnesty period, they have been able to collect to date US$44 million that taxpayers had not paid as part of their tax obligations.