Tax auditors to continue careful observation

Banking

The auditors of Hungary's Tax and Customs Authority (NAV) will continue to pay special attention to internet commerce, sole proprietors and electronic tills, deputy chief Árpád Varga told journalists at a press conference today.

The tax office’s approximately 4,000 auditors completed almost 4 million audits last year. During their investigations they found more than HUF 582 bln in unpaid taxes, of which 90% were missed VAT payments. Personal income tax made up just 4% of the back taxes and corporate tax a little less than that, at 2%.

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