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$1.5b in Tax Evasion Identified From Bank Accounts
$1.5b in Tax Evasion Identified From Bank Accounts
Monday, June 25, 2018

$1.5b in Tax Evasion Identified From Bank Accounts in Iran

Monday, June 25, 2018

$1.5b in Tax Evasion Identified From Bank Accounts in Iran

About 63 trillion rials ($1.49 billion) worth of unpaid tax were identified in the last Iranian year (ended March 20, 2018) as a result of a new scheme to monitor dubious bank transactions, the head of Iran National Tax Administration said.
"These were heavy bank transactions with high figures while 3,200 natural and legal tax evaders were also identified by the tax administration," Seyyed Kamel Taqavinejad also told IBENA.
He said a portion of the figure has been cleared without elaborating on the amount, adding that the process is ongoin

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