Non-Filer

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Non-Filer

A person or corporation who does not file a tax return by the required date. In general, a person who has filed taxes once must continue to do so for the rest of his/her life (or existence, if a corporation). A non-filer may be subject to interest, late fees, and other penalties.
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He said the current government differentiated between the filers and nonfilers through tax measures.
Other measures include expansion of tax base by targeting the informal sector, betting lotteries and gaming, pursue nonfilers and increase focus on taxation of international firms and enhance investigations, intelligence capacity and KRA capacity to support revenue collection.
Thus, timely recognition and accurate reporting of unregistered taxpayers and nonfilers can be possible.
On the other hand, it is less clear that issues such as a TEFRA linkage strategy, Form 1120-F nonfilers, and deferred variable annuity and life insurance reserves (an issue already under consideration as part of an IIR project) would be counted among the top compliance risks.
Given the penalties that befall nonfilers, it seems odd to describe taxpayers as being "allowed" to pay their taxes.
8% of the taxpayers and known nonfilers without minimum essential coverage in 2015, or about 17% of the taxpayers and known nonfilers who might have been expected to pay the individual shared responsibility penalty for 2015, actually paid the penalty, according to Internal Revenue Service data included in Minicozzi's slidedeck.
It is evident why tax authorities are devoting greater resources to identify nonfilers and improve the accuracy of filed returns.
than that of nonfilers, according to measures such as access to credit,
In the states TIGTA studied for the new report, only about 1 percent of the APTC users were nonfilers with unverified identities.
The government is expected to increase tax on gains from share-trading done by nonfilers, while the 0.
Withholding Tax on Mining: In order to expand the tax base, it is proposed that a withholding tax at the rate of 5% of the value of minerals be collected from nonfilers by the departments of provincial governments responsible for issuing licenses for extraction of minerals and collection of royalty on the extracted minerals.
Additional information on nonfilers is taken from the March 2013 Current Population Survey.