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Index – Economy – You can request a draft tax return via SMS for another month

Index - Economy - You can request a draft tax return via SMS for another month

The National Tax and Customs Administration (NAV) indicated that for another month, until March 16, an income tax draft could be requested to be sent via SMS.

This year, NAV will automatically prepare, without a separate request, a draft income tax return for those with employer and payer data, whether it is an employee, principal producer, VAT-liable private individual, or sole proprietor. Starting March 15, anyone can view their tax return draft electronically on the EBSA subpage available on the NAV website. Those without ID can request that a PIT draft be mailed by March 16th in several ways by providing their tax identification number and date of birth.

Among other things, you can request this via SMS at the phone number 06-30 / 344-4304, on the web form available on the NAV website, by mail, on the form that can be downloaded from the NAV website, by phone at the phone number 1819 Personally in customer service. Completed drafts will be sent to applicants by NAV by April 30th. Anyone who misses the March 16 deadline can request a hard copy of their tax return in person at NAV Customer Service by May 20.

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