Tax Assessments by GAZT
Tax Assessments by GAZT: The Department may, with a reasoned notification, make or amend a tax assessment within five years from the end of the deadline specified for filing the tax declaration for the taxable year, or at any time, upon a written consent of the taxpayer.
The Department may make or amend an assessment within ten years of the deadline specified for filing the tax declaration for the taxable year if a taxpayer does not file its tax declaration, or it is found that the declaration is incomplete or incorrect with the intent of tax evasion.
A taxpayer may request a refund of overpaid amounts at any time within five years from the end of the overpaid taxable year.
Tax Assessment procedures
The Department may correct and adjust the tax shown on the declaration to make it conform to the provisions of this Law, and it may perform tax assessment if the taxpayer does not file its declaration.
The Department shall notify the taxpayer of the tax assessment and the tax due on it by a registered official letter, or by any other means that proves its receipt of the notification.
If it becomes clear to the Department that the tax it previously accepted is incorrect, the Department may make an additional assessment on the taxpayer. The Department shall notify the taxpayer of the additional assessment and the reasons therefor. The taxpayer may object to the assessment as stipulated in the rules of objection.