(Issue date: 2008/05/27)The Administrative Enforcement Agency, Ministry of Justice, held activities to promote convenience stores commissioned for fee collections with an exhibition of the enforcement for a NT$150 billion breakthrough
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The Administrative Enforcement Agency, Ministry of Justice, held activities to promote convenience stores commissioned for fee collections with an exhibition of the enforcement for a NT$150 billion breakthrough, in the first floor hall of the Ministry of Justice, at 10:00 on May 27, 2008. President of the Judicial Yuan, Lai Ying-Chao; vice-president, Shieh Tsai-Chuan; secretary-general, Shieh Wen-Ting; deputy secretary-general, Shen Shou-Ching; minister of the Ministry of Justice, Wang Ching-Feng; and administrator of the Taxation Agency, Ministry of Finance, Shu Yu-Che; etc. people were all at the scene to offer congratulations on the result.
Administrator of the Administrative Enforcement Agency, Ministry of Justice, Lin Chao-Sung said, in the ceremony, that the promotion of convenience stores commissioned for fee collections, starting from June 1, 2008, is a specific service that the government provided to the people, and the implementation performance, starting from January 1, 2001 to May 15, 2008, broke through NT$ 150 billion thanks to the guidance of their superior chief executive, the former administrator, Lin Yun-Hu’s establishment of various systems and assistance to other agencies to have such a brilliant achievement.
Minister Wang of the Ministry of Justice pointed out in the speech that cases of less than $20,000 income tax, sales tax and local tax transferred are 91.25% of the total case number, and commissioning convenience stores for fee collection will improve convenience for people. Minister Wang has shown a positive attitude in the performance of the Administrative Enforcement Agency and Department. She pointed out that the total budget of the Ministry of Justice, in 2007, was NT$25.9 billion, and the collection amount of the same year was NT$26.1 billion, which is sufficient to cover all the annual expenditures of all the agencies and departments of the Ministry of Justice.
President Lai of the Judicial Yuan believes that commissioning convenience stores for fee collection will enable proper use of the civilian forces to allow more convenience for the people and more effective law enforcement, which is indeed a very admirable direction. President Lai also recommended the Ministry of Finance to amend the outdated taxation laws to reduce the First Instance sources from the root, and called upon joint efforts of the Judicial Yuan and the Ministry of Justice to allow the national legal governance to get better and better day by day.
Administrator Shu of the Taxation Agency, Ministry of Finance showed appreciation towards the efforts implemented in the taxation cases of the Administrative Enforcement Agency. He also corresponded with President Lai’s proposal of reducing the first instance sources, and said that the Agency will set up a tax reform committee soon to review the tax system and governance, reduce first instance source and complete the taxation system. At the same time he also wished this convenience measure to help with more smooth tax collection operation in the future.
In order to explain the new measure of commissioning convenience stores for fee collection, the officers of the Administrative Enforcement Agency put on a play “Commissioning convenience stores for fee collection Action Drama”, and included props and costumes made by all the officers. The brilliant content and lively performance received warm applause from the chief executives and guests. The upsurge of the activities was a ceremony that celebrated the implementation performance breakthrough of $150 billion hosted by President Lai, Minister Wang, Administrator Shu, and Administrator Lin. When bright colored flakes fell from the ceiling, there were cheers everywhere, and symbolized a flourishing administrative implementation.
In order to facilitate the people paying administrative enforcement fees, the Administrative Enforcement Agency, Ministry of Justice, promoted the new measure of commissioning convenience stores for fee collection, starting June 1, 2008. Taxation cases, less than $20,000, can be paid in convenience stores in the neighborhood. It is expected to effectively increase the public contribution will and national treasury income.
Commissioning convenience stores for fee collection cases include income tax, sales tax and local taxes (such as vehicle license plate tax, house tax, land value tax, land value-added tax, stamp tax, deed tax and entertainment tax, etc.). For cases with a payment amount under $20,000 (that is, the amount together with late fees under $19,000, plus interest and implementation costs is still under $20,000), people may bring the payment notice with the printed payment bar code and pay the payment at nearby 7-eleven, Family, Hi-life or OK, etc. convenience stores, which saves the trouble of lining up in banks and post offices or going to the Administrative Enforcement Agency, however, there is a NT$6 service charge for each transaction. There are more than 9,000 domestic convenience stores that are open 24 hours a day and seven days a week, which provides people with a more convenient payment pathway. Please keep the receipt and the payment notice with the paid stamps to maintain your rights.
Since the establishment of the Administrative Enforcement Agency, Ministry of Justice on January 1, 2001 till May 15, 2008, the amount collected for the treasury has broken through NT$150 billion and reached NT$150,071,813,971. Of that, the amount collected from taxation cases is NT$104,504,377,432, which has the highest percentage (69.6%) of the total collected amount, followed by the amount collected from health insurance cases NT$25,029,294,607 with 16.68% of the total collected amount, the amount collected from fee cases NT$13,883,493,086 with 9.25% of the total collected amount, and the amount collected from fine cases NT$6,654,648,846 with 4.43% of the total collected amount.
All the Administrative Enforcement Agencies uphold cleanliness, efficiency, and friendliness as benchmarks, and in the spirit of serving the people, the agencies provide various convenient services, in addition to commissioning the convenience stores for fee collection, through the electronic payment system of the administrative enforcement cases on the Administrative Enforcement Agency webpage, people can also use the internet to inquire about the relevant information of the transferred enforcement cases. As for the health insurance case payment, the hyperlinked method can be used to link to the electronic payment transaction page of the National Health Insurance Bureau to process payment procedure. From now on, the Administrative Enforcement Agency will continue to promote and plan other convenient measures for people and achieve the full-service goal of rapid efficiency, and improve the excellent image of the administrative enforcement work being convenient and polite to people.