In the next 10 days, petroleum businesses will stop operating if they do not issue electronic invoices

The General Department of Taxation said that the total number of gasoline stores issuing electronic invoices for each sale as of March 15, 2024 is 10,649 units, an increase of 7,949 stores compared to December 1, 2023 and accounting for 67 .6% of gasoline retail stores nationwide.

For example, at the City Tax Department. Can Tho, as of March 11, 2024, this city only had 96/269 petroleum retail stores implementing electronic invoices for each sale, reaching 35.69% of the total number of petroleum retail stores. , belonging to tax departments with low implementation progress.

Although the City Tax Department. Can Tho has drastically implemented fully and synchronously the solutions and propagated them to petroleum businesses, but petroleum businesses still delay and delay implementation.

According to the General Department of Taxation, in addition to objective reasons, many businesses and retail petroleum stores are not fully aware of the mandatory legal obligations when issuing electronic invoices for each sale at the General Department of Taxation. petroleum retail stores according to the provisions of the Law on Tax Administration, Decree No. 123/2020/ND-CP and Decree 80/2023/ND-CP.

To ensure that all businesses, business stores, and petroleum retailers issue electronic invoices for each sale according to the Prime Minister’s direction, the General Department of Taxation requests the tax departments of provinces and cities to request a commission from the Prime Minister. The People’s Committee directs the authorities to consider requests to temporarily suspend business operations and revoke licenses and certificates of eligibility for petroleum trading according to the provisions of law, applicable to retail stores. Petroleum and petroleum businesses, by the end of March 31, 2024, do not comply with the regulations on electronic invoices in the Law on Tax Administration and Decree No. 123/2020/ND-CP.

Most recently, on March 18, 2024, the Minister of Industry and Trade signed Official Dispatch No. 1654/BCT-TTTN urgently sent to the People’s Committees of provinces and cities, departments of industry and trade, key enterprises, and agencies. Gasoline distributors on implementing regulations on electronic invoices and providing electronic invoice data after each sale.

“Enterprises must issue electronic invoices at petroleum retail stores to customers for each sale at petroleum retail stores and provide electronic invoice data according to regulations. Public departments The trade closely monitors the supply-demand balance of petroleum products to avoid a situation where gasoline stations stop selling, causing local supply shortages in the area.”

Ministry of Industry and Trade.

Accordingly, in Official Dispatch 1654, the Ministry of Industry and Trade requested the People’s Committees of provinces and cities to direct departments and branches to focus on prioritizing resources to support petroleum businesses in implementing regulations on establishment and Issue electronic invoices for petroleum retail business activities.

In particular, especially in making electronic invoices at petroleum retail stores for customers according to each sale and providing electronic invoice data according to regulations.

The Ministry of Industry and Trade also requested that the People’s Committees of provinces and cities also need to strengthen urging, supervision, inspection and drastically implement the management and use of electronic invoices for gasoline retail business activities. oil under the direction of the Prime Minister.

At the same time, coordinate with the Ministry of Finance and the Ministry of Industry and Trade to direct functional forces to consider and handle petroleum businesses that do not comply with the above regulations until March 31, 2024.

In Official Dispatch 1654, the Ministry of Industry and Trade also requested the Departments of Industry and Trade of provinces and cities to urge and supervise petroleum businesses in the area to comply with the law on petroleum business.

In Official Dispatch 1654, the Ministry of Industry and Trade requested petroleum traders to strictly comply with the provisions of law on petroleum trading, especially in making electronic invoices at petroleum retail stores for customers. customers according to each sale at petroleum retail stores and provide electronic invoice data according to regulations.

At a recent meeting on strengthening coordination with the People’s Committee and departments and branches in provinces and cities, leaders of the General Department of Taxation requested tax authorities to specify implementation plans. Electronic invoices for each sale at petroleum retail stores; In which, specific tasks are assigned to each civil servant of each department.

At the same time, coordinate with local authorities and departments and branches in the area to establish interdisciplinary inspection teams with specific and clear time and notice to inspect the implementation of electronic invoices. for petroleum retail business.

The General Department of Taxation requires promoting propaganda so that petroleum businesses are fully aware of the regulations on mandatory legal obligations to make electronic invoices for each sale.

During the question session at the National Assembly Standing Committee meeting on March 18, 2024, Minister Ho Duc Phoc said that the Ministry of Finance is promoting the implementation of electronic invoices and electronic data connection in provinces. gas stations with tax authorities, thereby contributing to controlling the quality of goods and limiting smuggling.

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