Office of Pre-Trial Settlement considers appeals of tax payers
Tashkent, Uzbekistan (UzDaily.com) -- The Office of Pre-Trial Settlement of Tax Disputes was created in the structure of the State Tax Committee.
The main task of the Department is to consider tax disputes arising between tax authorities and taxpayers on tax legislation issues.
The department was created so that the taxpayer could appeal the decision of the tax authorities with the court, with which he does not agree.
The employees of the Department thoroughly and thoroughly examine the appeal and following the results send the answer to the taxpayer. It should be noted that this procedure takes several times less time - each appeal is considered from 15 to 30 days. Plus, unlike the court proceedings, the applicant does not always have to be present for consideration in person, which saves his time. And another important point - pre-trial proceedings do not entail any financial costs. Summing up, we can conclude that this procedure saves time and money of the taxpayer.
The taxpayer may apply with a letter to the regional or city tax authority departments, and if the tax dispute is not resolved, directly to the State Tax Committee on purpose or electronically through the site.
If the appealed taxpayer is not satisfied with the outcome of the tax dispute consideration as a whole, he may apply either to the court or to the Council of pre-trial settlement of tax disputes between taxpayers and the State Tax Service under the Ministry of Finance.
In cases of any controversy or controversial issues revealed in the pre-trial proceedings by the Pre-Trial Settlement Council under the Ministry of Finance, the Cabinet of Ministers is sent an appeal for changes in tax legislation.
It is important to understand that the Office of Pre-Trial Settlement of Tax Disputes objectively considers each appeal, not going to one side or the other. Legality and efficiency are the main criteria.