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IOTA Webinar on Delivering Taxpayer Services Through Social Media

On Wednesday 14 September 2022, IOTA successfully hosted a Webinar on Delivering Taxpayer Services Through Social Media. The first digital activity of the autumn season attracted more than 130 attendees from 24 IOTA member tax administrations, who virtually came together to explore new methods and approaches of using social media platforms as effective tools for providing services to taxpayers nowadays.

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VITARA Expands its Portfolio of Courses – Registration is Now Open

VITARA is pleased to announce that its online courses will be relaunched on 1st September 2022, as the registration for the modules is already open. Do not miss the chance and enroll in one of the VITARA courses to improve your skills and build your knowledge under the framework of the Virtual Training to Advance Revenue Administration.

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26th General Assembly of IOTA - Interview

'It ran like a Swiss watch’ – noted precisely Hans D’Hondt from Belgium, one of the high-ranking tax officials who attended the 26th General Assembly of IOTA which took place in an important economic and financial hub at the foot of the Swiss Alps.

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26th General Assembly of IOTA “Compliance and Trust: affecting tax behaviour while redefining the relationship between taxpayers and tax administrations”

The Swiss Presidency of the Intra-European Organisation of Tax Administrations (IOTA) together with the IOTA Secretariat successfully organised the 26th General Assembly of IOTA on 29th-30th June 2022 in Zurich, Switzerland. This 26th General Assembly was the first-ever hybrid General Assembly in the history of IOTA and took the Organisation's activities to the next level.

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The Latest Edition of the IOTA Tax Tribune Magazine is Now Available Online

We gladly announce that the 43rd edition of the IOTA`s Tax Tribune Magazine is now available online.

Taxation of incomes from cryptocurrency transactions in Armenia, new video call service for taxpayers in Italy and a high-level floorball referee at the Swiss FTA just to mention a few topics that are discussed in the latest edition of the Tax Tribune Magazine. Vol.43 features 8 articles from 6 member countries including Armenia, Bulgaria, Italy, Lithuania, Portugal, and Switzerland.

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New Function Added to the Spanish Tax Agency`s App

The Spanish Tax Agency launched a new service in the AEAT´s mobile application. The new function is available from 4 July, 2022 and allows the clients to pay debts, ask for instalments, query on the status of the pending debts or obtain a certificate of being up to date with tax liabilities and paying almost instantaneously.

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ISORA Workshop "Survey Completion and Data Usage"

Successful joint IOTA-OECD ISORA workshop on  “Survey completion and data usage” took place on 15th–16th June 2022 in Oslo, Norway hosted by the Norwegian Tax Administration. This event marked the end of the IOTA ISORA Chairmanship after 31 months.

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Forum on Combating VAT Fraud - A Totally New Experience on the Event Horizon of IOTA

‘Because you really have that feeling something is building up.’ – remarked brilliantly Vanessa Bianchini, one of the tax officials who participated in the IOTA`s recently organized Forum on Combating VAT Fraud in Budapest. This event was the very first technical activity in 2022 where tax professionals from the IOTA member countries could physically come together since the outbreak of the pandemic – what, beyond its fascinating presentations, absolutely made this Forum even more exceptional.

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Webinar on Identifying and Addressing Corruption Risks in Tax Administration

IOTA successfully hosted a Webinar on Identifying and addressing corruption risks in tax administration on 15th June 2022. The first digital event broadcast live from the IOTA studio in Budapest welcomed more than 60 participants from 22 IOTA member tax administrations, who virtually came together to learn about the systematic approach in the fight against corruption and the practical application of anti-corruption measures.