Tax Revenues Top $17 Billion in 11 Months
Tax Revenues Top $17 Billion in 11 Months
Wednesday, March 07, 2018

Iran Tax Revenues Top $17 Billion in 11 Months

Wednesday, March 07, 2018

Iran Tax Revenues Top $17 Billion in 11 Months

The Iranian National Tax Administration collected 800 trillion rials ($17.7 billion) in tax during the first 11 months of the current Iranian year (March 21, 2017-Feb. 19).
INTA’s deputy head, Nader Jannati, also told Fars News Agency on Tuesday that direct tax returns stood at about 456 trillion rials ($10.1 billion) and the proceedings from value added tax hit 354 trillion rials ($7.86 billion) during the period.
“As we speak, 86% of the total taxation revenues anticipated for this year has been realized,” he said. 


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