This is the content of Official Letter 691/TCT-DNNCN dated 13/3/2023 officially deploying the electronic tax service system to meet registration fee declaration (LPTB) for cars and motorbikes issued by the General Department of Taxation.
Subjects of electronic deployment of registration fees apply to vehicles being cars and motorbikes registered for the first time, do not include:
- Cars for transporting goods (except pick-up cars, van trucks);
- Passenger cars with 10 seats or more;
- Trailers or semi-trailers towed by cars;
- Similar vehicles and the replacement body, frame, and engine components of automobiles and motorcycles, must be registered with a competent State agency.
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At the same time, in the case of exemption from registration and inheritance fees, property gifts are vehicles. Taxpayers who declare registration fees have an electronic tax transaction account with the tax authority through the portal of the General Department of Taxation. If you do not have a transaction account, use your tax identification number and date of issue to make an electronic declaration of the registration fee for cars and motorbikes at the portal of the General Department of Taxation.
How to pay the registration fee electronically:
- Internet Banking and Mobile Banking services of banks;
- National public service portal;
- eTax Mobile phone application of the tax industry.
Official Letter 691/TCT-DNNCN takes effect from March 13, 2023.
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