TAK collects 355.5 million euros in taxes
Kosovo’s Minister of Finance, Labor, and Transfers, Hekuran Murati, said that a prerequisite for an institution was the increase of trust.
"I commend you for the work and achievements in these 6 months and I thank the taxpayers. Everyone who pays regularly is a contributor to this state. We are also interested in increasing the strength, success, and trust in institutions. Every euro goes back to the citizen. When the citizen sees that public money is not misused, the trust increases. Compared to previous years, we have an increase in the payment of taxes. Any business that does not issue a fiscal coupon should become news and be reported to TAK," he said.
At the same time, minister Murati has called on ex-pats to ask for a fiscal coupon whenever they buy products in Kosovo.
Earlier, the General Director of TAK, Ilir Murtezaj, in a press conference, presented the results of the activities developed for the period January-June 2022.
Murtezaj said that TAK collected 355.5 million euros in taxes while adding that “compared to the plan there is an increase of 26.5 million euros or 8.1%.”