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Montag, 30.03.2020
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Friday, Ronald Décembre, the State Secretary at the Ministry of Economy and Finance (MEF), Miradin Morlan, Director General of the Directorate General of Taxes (DGI) and Reynald Eugène, Deputy Director General of the General Administraton Customs (AGD), proceeded at a press conference at the launch of the new secure website for e-governance and announced "It is now possible for taxpayers, individuals and businesses to make their final tax returns, to fulfill their tax obligations to the DGI, online, without having to physically visit an office."

"At the initiative of the Government, this system is the result of a public-private partnership between the MEF through the DGI, the AGD, commercial banks and the Central Bank (BRH)," indicated Ronald Décembre adding "It is enough to click on https://edeclaration.dgi.gouv.ht/edeclaration/ to complete the form based on the type of tax or taxes that one wants pay [...] After completing the form, the taxpayer must choose the commercial bank through which he wants to perform the transaction.

This modernization that answers a triple need of facilitation, modernization and competitiveness, opens the door to foreign investors, who complained of a lack of access to their tax transactions. This initiative, place Haiti at the height of its regional competitors, while providing valuable benefits including cost reduction and operations management.

Morlan Miradin DGI has insisted that the DGI retained the ability to check and verify all declarations made online by taxpayers.

Ronald Décembre, said that this system will also generate jobs, because the DGI is open to local agencies that will be created and approved, to help taxpayers who do not have access to a computer or the Internet to conduct their transactions.


Quelle/Source: Haiti Libre, 15.11.2015

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