KATMANDU: – The Metropolitan City of Kathmandu (KMC) has collected revenue amounting to Rs 55 million in less than a month since it embarked on determining and collecting revenue through an online system.
The KMC had implemented the system on September 17, 2020. It was initiated from 10 constituencies at the initial stage. KMC sources said the online income determination and collection system that had been in effect in all neighborhoods since September 29 has become effective.
KMC Revenue Department Director Shivaraj Adhikari said the KMC receives complaints and allegations of lack of transparency in revenue collection. The adoption of the system has responded to accusations for this purpose, he said.
With the functioning of the system, it has been easier for the KMC to manage its staff and make income transactions transparent as well as facilitate service recipients.
There are two platforms, public and main, in the online tax system. Service recipients can use the public portal feature to perform a preliminary calculation of taxes payable to KMC from their homes. The system automatically generates the detail of the receipts to be paid after filling out the relevant form.
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