The General Directorate of Taxation is pursuing country-wide training on small business that will be included for the first time in the VAT scheme.
During the first 2 weeks of March, the tax administration conducted training in the regional directorates of Tirana, Shkodra and Dibra.
According to a DPT press release, in the first two weeks, the total number of participants in these trainings was counted in more than 230, representing about 700 subjects.
Participants were thoroughly acquainted with the procedure to be followed in the fulfillment of legal obligations, general VAT concepts, completing and deadlines for VAT declaration, sales and purchase books, completion and declaration, of a tax bill etc.
Also at country level, there are ongoing visits dedicated by the Taxpayer Service employees to the entities that will be involved in this scheme. So far, 570 site visits have been carried out in total.
The General Directorate of Taxation, through a preliminary work, has trained and engaged its best experts throughout the country, with the aim of providing broader assistance and information to all entrepreneurs, which will be included for the first time in the VAT scheme.
The training calendar to be extended by the end of June is conceived to assist all small businesses, according to their geographic extent.
The General Directorate of Taxation is ready and has all the capacity to increase the number of trainings if this is necessary.
In total, about 100 training sessions are planned, as well as about 10,000 consulting visits to the business address. 13 Assistance Centers dedicated to small business have been set up to assist all entities.
Each regional director, through Taxpayer Service Specialists, will be able to distribute leaflets and special information materials for all small businesses that will be included in the VAT scheme throughout the country.
The General Directorate of Taxation encourages and encourages all concerned to become part of these trainings and to be familiar with all legal procedures and obligations.
Nesw Source : ATA