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Minister Şimşek: Reward for reporting tax evaders.

Minister Şimşek: Reward for reporting tax evaders.

24.05.2024 11:04

Treasury and Finance Minister Mehmet Şimşek announced on social media that the "tax reporting" period has begun. Minister Şimşek stated that a tax examination will be conducted regarding the reports, and a reward of 10% of the tax and tax loss penalty determined based on the information provided in the report can be paid as a reporting bonus.

Minister of Treasury and Finance Mehmet Şimşek stated that the Revenue Administration (GIB) has launched new channels for citizens to report more easily and quickly, saying, "A reward equivalent to 10% of the tax and tax loss penalty determined based on the information provided in the report can be paid." Minister Şimşek made a noteworthy post on social media account X regarding the channels newly launched by GIB.



Minister Şimşek stated that their effective fight against tax evasion and smuggling continues, saying, "Our Revenue Administration has launched new channels for our citizens to report more easily and quickly. A reward equivalent to 10% of the tax and tax loss penalty determined based on the information provided in the report can be paid."



According to the announcement on the website of the Revenue Administration, within the scope of the Ministry's efforts to combat the informal economy, the GIB's website, Digital Tax Office, GIB Mobile, and Tax Communication Center (VIMER) (189) services have been updated to enable citizens to report their complaints easily, quickly, and at any time they want (24/7). The Presidency has also launched the "BIP Tax Report Service," X and Instagram report accounts (via "DM-Direct Message" through "gibihbar"), and the WhatsApp Report Line (05521890189).



Citizens using these channels can report tax evasion issues such as low VAT rate application, payment request via IBAN/PTT check, failure to provide a receipt/invoice, use of another company's POS device, lack of taxpayer registration, issuance or use of fake/misleading documents, payment of employee wages in cash, failure to declare rental income, incomplete payment of title deed fees, and sale of smuggled products.



On the other hand, citizens who want to request information about audit procedures should report their complaints through the VIMER hotline (189) or by obtaining a registration number from gib.gov.tr or the Tax Report section on the Digital Tax Office website.



 
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