Follow NBC official exchange rate, taxpayers told

The General Department of Tax (GDT) of the Ministry of Economy and Finance has asked tax payers to follow the official exchange rate issued by National Bank of Cambodia (NBC), in a move to strengthen tax collection efficiency. ...

Khmer Times Staff

GDT’s tax collection target for 2023 up by $750M

The General Department of Taxation (GDT) has been given a stiff tax collection target of $3.5 billion for next year, $750 million more than the current year’s budget target, said Kong Vibol, Minister attached to the Prime Minister and Delegate of the Royal Government in ...

Manoj Mathew

Tax revenue reaches 29% of 2022 goal by end-April

Cambodia earned more than $1.502 billion from tax collection in the first four months of 2022, an increase of over $340 million or 29.36 per cent year-on-year, a feat observers believe reflects recovery and encouraging results from the government’s push started in early November towards ...

May Kunmakara

Hun Sen approves capital gains tax deferral until 2024

The government has decided to postpone the implementation of the capital gains tax until 2024 in a bid to restore and prop up post-pandemic economic growth, according to a notice from the Ministry of Economy and Finance’s General Department of Taxation (GDT).   ...

Hom Phanet

Tax collection exceeds $2.56 billion for first 11 months

The General Department of Taxation collected $2.56 billion in tax revenue between January to November this year, exceeding the 2021 targeted plan. Officials and key insiders said the exceeding revenue in the tax sector reflected the government’s efforts on efficient tax collection and the business ...

Chea Vanyuth

Vehicle tax collections hit 174% of 2021 target

The General Department of Taxation (GDT) collected 385.3478 billion riel, or more than $93 million, in vehicle tax revenue for the taxable period in June-November – from 791,168 units – or 174.2 percent of the 2021 plan (just over 221 billion riel), according to GDT ...

Hom Phanet

Property tax payment postponed to late October

The collection of property tax revenue for 2021, which closed today (September 30), will be postponed until the end of October. This is according to the announcement of the General Department of Taxation.   ...

Hin Pisei

Stricter tax collection puts $2.9 billion target in sight

The General Department of Taxation (GDT) announced it aims to collect a total of $2,886 million in tax revenue this year. In January, it had already collected about $239 million, accounting for 8.3 per cent of the annual target and an increase of 14.75 per ...

Chhut Bunthoeun

GDT: ‘Tax reforms won’t harm corporations’

The General Department of Taxation (GDT) released a statement on Wednesday aiming to quash fears that the Kingdom’s tax reforms would adversely affect corporate taxpayers, saying the moves are meant to “strengthen tax collection transparently and equitably”. ...

Thou Vireak

Gov’t to raise 20% more tax revenue

As part of efforts to achieve a sound macroeconomy, the government plans to increase the revenue raised from taxation and customs and excise by more than 20 per cent next year. The 2020 national budget law approved on Tuesday targets a 28.1 per cent increase in ...

May Kunmakara

Another setback for online business registry

The Ministry of Commerce has extended the deadline for companies to re-register their businesses online for a third – and “final” – time, giving companies until December 31 to complete the online registration before penalties kick in, according to a document posted yesterday on the ...

Post Staff

Tax change to benefit employees

The government’s tax collection body has extended the fringe benefit tax exemption to several new industries, removing the 20-percent tax that employers were previously required to pay on the benefits they offered to their workers. ...

Kali Kotoski and Hor Kimsay

Non-taxpayers targeted

The government will not increase the rate for income tax and other taxes for the next two years, but will instead concentrate on expanding the base for tax collection, taking into account that there are still many individuals and businesses that do not pay tax ...

Sok Chan

Tax collection in Cambodia up 24 pct in 5 months

Cambodia’s General Department of Taxation unveiled on Friday that the country collected 395 million U.S. dollars of tax in the first five months of this year, up 24 percent year on year. In May alone, the department collected 73 million U.S. dollars, up 4 percent ...

As Foreign Aid Increases, Questions About Conditions

Cambodia has seen huge growth of foreign aid and loans over the past two decades, but experts are beginning to question its worth—and what conditions might be attached. Total aid from 1993 to 2012 amounts to around $10 billion, with the percentage of aid coming as ...

Cambodia’s Small Businesses Serve as Backbone of Sustainable Economy

Cambodian Prime Minister Hun Sen announced in late March that the nation was on target to move from the status of a low-income to a lower-middle-income nation by the end of 2013, ranking it the 15th country that obtained high economic growth in the world in the ...

Cambodia's tax revenue totals $683 million

The Cambodian government collected $683 million in taxes over the first 11 months of this year, according to data from the General Department of Taxation released last week. An economist said the increase in domestic tax revenue emphasised that Cambodia still has room for improvement in ...

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