Parliamentary finance in the activation of the tax system and make it another source of budget
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The Committee's Rapporteur Ahmed Al-Saffar said in a press statement: "The Committee seeks to activate the tax system in the country and make it another source of financing the state [You must be registered and logged in to see this link.] in addition to oil, after the decline of this system a lot and has become a contribution to support the state few and many problems," noting: About making changes with Iraq's current need for money and not rely entirely on oil in funding the budget. "
He added: "The tax system suffers from problems in the administrative side, including the process of access to the real taxpayers and the collection of tax, assessment, estimation, collection, follow-up and tax calculations, in addition to the structure of taxation and management rely on old methods," explaining: "The Committee believes that the Updating this system so as to be an electronic system, and the removal of collectors and the ongoing search for the taxpayer through the payment of those taxes through electronic cards to prevent corruption and manipulation in this subject, and keep pace with the tax administration of developments and use in the Aq. "
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