Tax collection was 53.7 billion in the first quarter of 2022

Tax collection was 53.7 billion in the first quarter of 2022

The Directorate of National Taxes and Customs (Dian) submitted his report tax collection for the month of March. The entity confirmed that, for the third month of the year, $17.82 million in taxes, an increase of 31.8% compared to the same month last year, when the entity captured $13.52 billion.

(See: Benefits established in the tax reform end).

In March, the greatest contribution to tax collection was made by the tax on the sales, with $5.79 billion, 32.5% of the total. By income tax withholding $5.59 billion (31.4%) were received and for customs, $3.6 billion. Between these three taxes, taxpayers paid $15 billion in March.

So far this year, Dian recorded that for the period January – March reached $53.7 billion, which represents a fulfillment of 111.2% for the goal expected in the third quarter. Likewise, compared to the same period in 2021, there was a positive variation of 29.9%, since between January and March 2021, $41.36 billion was collected.

(See: 42% of citizens are open to more taxes).

In the first quarter, COP 18.7 trillion was collected for withholding as income, 34.9% of the total taxes, in terms of VAT they were $14.4 billion, 27% of the total, and for customs, $10.7 billion.

(See: How companies can have liquidity to pay their taxes).

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