Tax office collects HUF 92 bln in back taxes in Q1

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Hungaryʼs National Tax and Customs Authority (NAV) collected HUF 92 bln in back taxes in the first quarter of this year, Hungarian daily Napi Gazdaság said today.

The paper reported that NAV officials took action 472,000 times in the collection procedures, mostly freezing the bank accounts of delinquent taxpayers. The paper added that NAV sent 80,000 notifications to taxpayers instructing them to pay back taxes during the period.

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