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Gabon’s fraudulent tax payers warned to settle their debts before December 11

The General Directorate of Taxes (DGI) urged the estuary taxpayers to contact their respective tax centers for the regularization of their tax debts by December 11 at the latest. “After this period, the administration reserves the right to proceed with the recovery of the amounts due,” warned the tax administration.

Gone is the state of grace for the estuary’s reliquary taxpayers. The head of the General Directorate of Taxes (DGI) has just asked those concerned to contact their respective Tax Center for the regularization of their tax debts no later than December 11.

“After this period, the administration reserves the right to proceed with the recovery of the sums due, in accordance with the procedures provided for by the General Tax Code,” Gabin Otha-Ndoumba warned in L’Union on December 7.

The taxpayers targeted by the DGI press release are those reporting to the Tax Center for Small and Medium Enterprises and Individuals in the Industrial Zone of Oloumi (Libreville) and the Tax Center for Medium Enterprises in Owendo.

The General Tax Code provides, in particular, that “if the taxpayer has not paid his debt within the prescribed time (…), the tax collector or the accountant in charge of recovery sends him a letter of formal notice equivalent to a pay. This formal notice opens, for the benefit of the taxpayer, a grace period of 8 days to free himself from his tax debt ”. The DGI assumes in particular the missions of assessment, liquidation and control, recovery, etc.

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