This meeting was aimed at presenting TAK achievements, with a special emphasis on publication of the report on management of taxpayers’ requests for reimbursement through the electronic module. There was also a disclosure of the results of tax revenues, audits, visits and debts.
This meeting was attended even by the Deputy Minister of Finance, Fatmir Gashi, who expressed the support of the Ministry of Finance for general developments and reform plan in Tax Administration of Kosovo.
During this meeting, there was a presentation of the report on management of taxpayers’ requests for reimbursement through electronic model, which led to good results in increasing efficiency and facilitating the handling of these requests in view of reducing taxpayers’ administrative costs.
We recall that TAK, by 30 November 2018, collected 94.6% of total annual revenues, or expressed in figures EUR 421.8 million. Compared to the period January – November of the previous year, there is an increase of EUR 39.9 million or 10.4%, whereas compared to the plan, there are EUR 10.7 million or 2.6% more than planned.
During this period, more than EUR 148.3 million revenues have been collected for the Kosovo Pension Saving Trust (KPST).