Qinghai News Network on April 1st, the reporter in Xining City, a joint collection of vehicle and vessel tax points to see, many motor vehicle owners here to pay the vehicle tax. On the same day, the Xining Municipal Local Taxation Bureau car tax collection point settled in Xining city vehicle safety testing center and formally began to collect vehicle tax.

the past two years, the travel tax levy and a charge of Regional Compulsory Insurance Department levied, due to the special nature of the collection of objects and time, many districts of levy work ineffective, law enforcement is not enough, affected the normal travel tax levy. To change this situation, the Xining Municipal Local Taxation Bureau and Local Taxation Bureau commissioned East vehicle inspection center set up a joint collection of fixed points, to ensure the effective travel tax levy, Xining city vehicle test center of Xining city is the only travel tax collection tax deduction obligor. At the same time, Xining District, county, the local tax authorities no longer accept the taxpayer to pay the tax declaration, the insurance business outlets no longer perform duties on behalf of the collection of tax.

Xining travel tax levy joint points will be more open, convenient service to taxpayers, has greatly changed the situation of the taxpayer to run away, simplify the tax process, to achieve a number of business bundled with levy, will be in Xining City, travel tax levy and macro-control plays a positive role in promoting. (author: Haidong)

 

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