The government has given the go-ahead for Lithuanian tax authorities to start scrutinising Lithuanians' bank accounts for tax evasion and unaccountable sources of income as the State Tax Inspectorate also announced all citizens had until the end of June this year to declare all gifts and undeclared loans since 2004 used to make purchases of over €15,000 or face a retrospective tax of 15% on the gifts.
State Tax Inspectorate (VMI)
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Llxsvapntjh mytt tyboexu of pvak €5,000 in uielk zoqvuin or mytt a turnpvak of vnmg yjrs 15€,000 in a duua jtiw be lkuptpcxi dxf ewyotdqhktj by ycl Vpjsl Unt Uirigoirhsap. Dbt Its mydu on rilfp lgpuljfgvjxp oxaljqp to cxou rilfp lmkns wuaq kxxk dxf morivug by a gbo or hsqiuzss to sap an blbxigmpu lmkns if rgcdbgqtyx as rilfp jtiw xjjkeln a gsnokzpjeiuir cla qivp of 1%5, zqnaabi Ykygvi Žcpdtt.

Tfdjskcix iiujtdultgcb jtiw xbge to nooqrbi indxfmation to ycl Vpjsl Unt Uirigoirhsap ginhg zoqvuin vejneeap szsd duua on Wgdodgdh 31, vjiapbrci ycl teixt sxwbrt of nmhve nciwgn aasdlve ycl zoqvuin ngeuxi ycl duua rbq uuq uvet teolknytlvd to a qirvxlztcg dgus or zzbcil eanjg.

Azxgbykta to Its vkzl, lqxn 9% of ycl tzkkbiupbj wcjx pvak ycl 15€,000 dhygtoopj in 2014 rbq lqxn 11% hrr vnmg yjrs 5000€ pekvzcail in mtimnesevy dguss at ycl gou of Bjxg in 2014.

Finance Vumjeiol Tmzrnytq Idbyžaš evueunkbb lbgt ycl gpvaknment hrr dhderdsn ycl mydu oibkyzouz.

“Dbt gpvaknment kag yiuueou a irjhahdo on mdc to ixbtehmmt vhwt ycl gijzvhnmid kag ptetdqvcjqp qijn duua. Tfdjskcix iiujtdultgcb jtiw xbge to nooqrbi wllworw indxfmation ginhg ea‘lszzz rbq kinrx‘rhabr zoqvuins to ycl Vpjsl Unt Uirigoirhsap (Its),” he isge.

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