In the first two weeks of filing the declaration.
Treasury Department it has already refunded $383 million to approximately 188,428 taxpayers in the first two weeks of the filing process.
This was reported by the Minister of Finance Francisco Pares Alisea, as well as the Governor Pedro Pierluisi in their accounts on Twitter.
188,428 payers have already received compensation. He @DptoFinance continues to actively work to fulfill his duty. #GobiernoDeReusltados pic.twitter.com/N5ApltpW9S
— Governor Pierluisi (@GovPierluisi) February 24, 2023
According to Pares Alisea, being able to reintegrate taxpayers so immediately is an “improvement” for the Ministry of Finance. He noted that until 2020, payments were not made so early.
“I won’t say it’s a record, it’s just that we’ve improved. I am grateful to my colleagues, because these results require many hours of work and great team discipline,” he said.
The last day to fulfill the tax obligation is Monday, April 17.
Author: First hour
Source: Prime Ahora