Maldives Inland Revenue Authority (MIRA) has recovered MVR 478.9 million owed to the state in the second quarter of 2022.
The quarterly report published by MIRA shows that it recovered MVR 478.9 million through enforced collections in the second quarter. The amount includes MVR 222 million recovered from dues clearance, MVR 30 million recovered through reminder calls and emails and MVR 497,810 recovered from legal action.
During the second quarter, MIRA issued notices to 774 non-filers and 739 non-payers and granted installment plans to 96 taxpayers. MIRA also provided the total arrears as of June 30. As such, the total amount of tax dues reaches MVR 5.1 billion, which includes MVR 2.8 billion in principal amount and MVR 2.3 billion in fines. The total amount in non-tax dues reaches MVR 9.9 billion, which includes MVR 3.1 billion in principal amount and MVR 6.7 billion in fines.
Furthermore, MIRA filed 108 court cases in the second quarter, of which seven judgments were passed in its favour and four were passed against it. Additionally, three cases were filed against MIRA during the period.