[size=32]Private banks are consistent with the General Authority for taxes to simplify procedures
Nur News / Baghdad
Iraqi private banks agreed with the Public Authority for taxes, simplify procedures and the development of mechanisms that support the work of the two sides, as well as emphasis on dealing with the checks issued.
The Iraqi private banks association Wadih Handal, during a joint symposium held by the Association with the General Authority for taxes, in the presence of figures from the central bank, the government and the House of Representatives, for according to a statement received "light News," a copy of it, "the need to deepen the prospects of bilateral cooperation, the private Doralqtaa a real partner in the process development in the country. "
He added that "the Association of Banks tightened to hold joint quarterly meetings every three months, at a rate of four meetings a year, to follow up on bilateral cooperation issues with the tax authority, punctuated by a round table sessions held trust placed the end of this week."
He explained Handal, during the seminar, "the need for Iraq to move to international accounting standards Maitalq private work of the General Commission for Taxes", suggesting "the establishment of the center of my information includes" databases "for all Iraqis financial Hasralzmm."
The statement noted that "the meeting touched to search for fears of dealing with checks issued by banks, as it was stressed in this area to deal with the banks approved by the Central Bank of Iraq and exclusively by the last camel Rated twenty-first banking system as a first stage."
And that "discussed a number of speakers during the seminar, the need to unify the tax measures and find solutions to the outstanding problems between the federal government and the Kurdistan Regional Government to prevent double taxation, and the adoption of a unified database between the General Authority for Customs and the General Authority for taxes to avoid the problems that can occur between the two solutions."