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Students from Staroprestolna High School of Economics in Veliko Tarnovo, Bulgaria visited the regional office of the National Revenue Agency. The event took place as а part of World Money Week, organized by Junior Achievement Bulgaria. During the event high school students learned more about tax and social security benefits and obligations.
Overcoming the not very good current health situation derived from the pandemic, in the Special Delegation of Navarra we have participated in the Civic-Tax Education Program giving sessions in schools. Our teacher Eduardo Sainz Goñi, went to the classrooms of the Navarro Villoslada Institute in Pamplona to explain to 4 eso and Baccalaureate groups, the fundamentals of the operation of the Public Treasury and the need for correct fiscal behavior from the first years.
Are you running a business in the EU? Do you have ideas on how you would like to report on Value Added Tax (VAT)? This is the perfect time to make your voice heard! The Commission is currently organising a public consultation on this very important topic.
The National Revenue Agency Bulgaria organized a children's drawing competition "Taxes We Can't Do Without". Numerous drawings have been obtained from children up to 16 years. They are showing what they think How Does the Government Spend Taxes & why it is good to collect them in full. Thirteen of the most successful drawings were selected and printed in the NRA calendar for 2022.
La Educación Cívico-Tributaria en la Universidad, un proyecto necesario y enriquecedor para la Agencia Tributaria
Llevamos tres años consecutivos impartiendo unas jornadas de educación cívico-tributaria en la Universidad Complutense. Durante estas jornadas, compañeros de la Delegación de todas las áreas funcionales y Relaciones Institucionales tratamos de transmitir cómo trabaja la Agencia Tributaria (AEAT) y en qué se fundamenta nuestra actuación, cuyo mandato primero se incardina en la Constitución y, en concreto en el artículo 31 de la misma.
We have been teaching a conference on civic-tax education at the Complutense University for three consecutive years. During these days, colleagues of the Delegation from all functional areas and Institutional Relations try to convey how the Tax Agency (AEAT) works and what our action is based on, whose mandate is first included in the Constitution and, specifically, in article 31 of it.
The Emilia Romagna Regional Directorate of the Italian Revenue Agency is participating in Global Money Week, promoted by the OECD and coordinated in Italy by the Committee on the planning and coordination of financial education activities. The initiative takes place from 22 to 28 March and the theme of the 2022 edition is “Take care of yourself, take care of your money”.
Governments across the world are grappling with challenges posed by financial fraud, tax evasion and tax avoidance. As they strive to keep up with the global social and economic changes taking place faster than ever before, national tax authorities also have to look inwards, towards their youngest citizens, and ensure that they grow up with sound knowledge of the importance of paying taxes.