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Tehran Province Accounts for 56% of Iran’s Tax Revenues

By materializing 106% of tax revenues set in last fiscal year’s budget, Tehran Province accounted for 56% of the country’s total tax income of 1,410 trillion rials [$6.3 billion], i.e. 800 trillion rials ($3.57 billion)
Tehran Province Accounts for 56% of Iran’s Tax Revenues Tehran Province Accounts for 56% of Iran’s Tax Revenues

Tehran Province is expected to earn 1,000 trillion rials ($4.47 billion) of the total 1,800 trillion rials ($8.05 billion) of tax revenues projected for the current fiscal year (March 2020-21), says Mohammad Reza Nouri, the head of Tehran Tax Office. 
“By materializing 106% of tax revenues set in the last fiscal year’s budget, Tehran Province accounted for 56% of the country’s total tax income of 1,410 trillion rials [$6.3 billion], i.e. 800 trillion rials [$3.57 billion]. This is while taxpayers were grappling with the coronavirus crisis and sanctions,” he was quoted as saying by IRNA.   
Tax rates will increase by 28% on average in the current fiscal year (March 2019-20), the head of Iran's National Tax Administration, Omid Ali Parsa, said recently.

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