The state raised until September 2022, 10,300 billion kwanzas (20 billion dollars), 70 percent of which for the tax revenue of the oil sector, the President of the General Tax Administration (AGT) announced on Wednesday.
José Nuno Leiria spoke during a meeting with journalists where he presented data on tax collection and two new services that will be released later this year: a dedicated line for complaints and a portal to schedule markings on tax offices.
According to AGT, tax revenue in the first nine months of 2022 is above the total recorded last year, when it reached 9.800 billion kwanzas (19 billion dollars), with about 70 percent of total generated by the oil sector (7,079 billion kwanzas or 14 billion dollars).
Among non -petrolifera revenue, VAT was the tax that most contributed to the state's tax collection, totaling 900 billion kwanzas in the third quarter of 2022, about one third of the total (3,200 billion kwanzas) a variation of 22 percent compared to the same period.
The industrial tax (applied to companies), the IRT (Labor Income Tax), tax raises import, tax on capital application, among those weighing the most in state revenues.
José Nuno Leiria also stressed the intention of AGT to get closer to taxpayers and citizens in general in 2023, presenting some initiatives that will be put in operation later this year.
AGT will now make available the "Dial Denunciation" line (923 167 012), creating a dedicated channel for complaints and complaints regarding the tax administration, with which it is expected to print "greater speed and assertiveness in the proceedings," he said.
In addition, next week, it will be possible to schedule acts related to the tax administration through an online platform.
Among the measures to be realized next year is the "Motor Vehicle (IP) and IP (Building Tax), as well as the creation of notification systems for taxpayers, through SMS and email , to warn of the fulfillment of their tax obligations. "