Majauskas told the Ministry of Finance: it is hard to imagine such an approach to Lithuanian business 6 Leonardas Marcinkevičius, ELTA in 2022 September 14 11:25 aA The chairman of the Seimas Budget and Finance Committee (BFK) criticize the Ministry of Finance, which, according to the parliamentarian, has not yet present its position on the value add tax ( VAT ) rate, which should be appli to accommodation and food service companies from next year. Yes, according to him, companies are simply left in the dark. Mykolas MajauskasDELFI / Andrius Ufartas Indefinite preferential 9 percent. The amendments proposing a VAT rate for accommodation services were register .
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And the Chairman of the Economic Committee Kazys Starkevičius at the end of July . However, according to the Chairman of BFK, the Ministry of Finance has not express a position on this proposal so far. “It’s hard for me to think of such an approach to Lithuanian business when we can’t say what taxes will be in the future. I understand that Paraguay Email List this is a difficult period, you need to plan. But not knowing… Three months until the new year, what the taxes are waiting for, it seems to me that this is not a responsible approach”, M. Majauskas said at the committee meeting. Although the Bank of Lithuania has already express its opposition to this proposal of the BFK and Economic Committee chairmen, in the opinion of the politician.
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Expressing such a position is more welcome than not presenting any position at all. “You can agree or disagree, but the Bank of Lithuania has expressed a clear position. This is a respectable position, you can disagree with it, discuss it, but they have a position, an opinion. So far, the Ministry of Finance has not said what the decision will be regarding VAT for accommodation or catering services for businesses,” asserted M. Majauskas. Deputy Minister: the decision on VAT benefits should be submitted in October, together with the budget Regarding the assessment of the situation, the chairman of the committee asked a question during the meeting to the Vice Minister of Finance Mindaugas Liutvinskas, who also participated in the meeting.