The tax scenario has always been a complex issue, this because it has been too flexible compared to European and Asian states, now when you express; "The Venezuelan tax system has been evolving gradually, thus achieving the integration between the characteristics of taxes and the economic needs of the country", this in a way is somewhat encouraging and more so in the current circumstances where the sale of oil is no longer the main source of income.
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Greetings @dgalan although I am not an expert in the area, I consider that payment of the established tax is not made due to a lack of knowledge, in addition to the conditions in which our country is not given the conditions to pay this type of tax and it is up to the state to implement timely policies to achieve this goal.
[email protected] in my analysis I consider that if there is knowledge on the part of the producers, however in their majority they take refuge in stating that their agricultural activities are primary and therefore this group of activity is exempted from payment, however there is also a divorce between the state and the agricultural sector since there is no meeting point to stimulate national production and in turn increase the tax culture of the agricultural sector.
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Hello @galand, I have always considered that the Venezuelan agricultural sector should be immersed in the taxes because with good tax planning can be reinvested in this sector that requires it so much, from cutting edge technological equipment to certified seeds, and thus obtain a higher production.
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greetings, @ carlir, the primary agricultural sector has always been exempted from paying taxes and personally for me it is a wrong idea, the government has thought that it will help the producer in this way because those supposed taxes that should be canceled should be reinvested in their production units, but in reality it is not so.
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Excellent and very didactic explanation. Thank you for sharing
greetings, @emimoron thanks for reading my publications, I hope to continue sharing the following ones.