Egypt automates real estate tax system to improve services quality

CAIRO - 25 May 2024: Egyptian Minister of Finance Dr. Mohamed Maait confirmed that a project to develop and automate the real estate tax system was launched in cooperation with the tax solutions operating technology company E-Tax, owned by the Ministry of Finance, and the E.G. The project is meant to make it easier for citizens, by making real estate tax system services available electronically for the first time, gradually, within the framework of the Ministry of Finance’s strategy to optimally exploit the path of digital transformation in various sectors and affiliated departments, in a way that contributes to improving the quality of services and establishing the pillars of equal opportunities and transparency. The minister added that an “advanced electronic platform” has already been launched to facilitate services and spread awareness of real estate tax laws and procedures, and the service will gradually begin to launch the service of inquiring about unit tax dues, paying debts, reviewing the account electronically, and electronic payment of the tax “online” for those registered in high-density tax offices. Anwar Fawzi, Head of the Real Estate Tax Authority, confirmed that procedures are being carefully re-engineered and mechanized to make “remote services” available via the advanced electronic platform, during the project implementation stages. This contributes to alleviating the burden on citizens and relieving them of the need to go to mission offices to receive services.

Source:Egypt Today

May 25, 2024 21:09 UTC

Egyptian military prepared for all threats, upholds national security: Defence Minister

Egyptian Defence Minister Mohamed Zaki affirmed on Thursday the Egyptian military’s ability to confront any challenges and reiterated the nation’s unwavering commitment to national security interests. Speaking during a tactical training exercise of the Second Field Army, Zaki emphasized that “the Egyptian military is capable of facing any challenges imposed on it.”He reassured the Egyptian people of the armed forces’ constant combat readiness, stating, “The activities and training tasks carried out by the armed forces send a message of reassurance to the Egyptian people about the permanent combat readiness of their armed forces.”Zaki acknowledged the ongoing efforts to address the complex situation concerning the Palestinian cause, stressing that “the current situation is being handled with the utmost wisdom to support and preserve the Palestinian cause and to stand with the Palestinians based on a two-state solution.” He underscored Egypt’s historical role in supporting Palestinians and its commitment to a two-state solution. The minister also highlighted the importance of comprehensive development in preserving the Sinai Peninsula, stating, “The preservation of Sinai is not complete without comprehensive development.”Lieutenant General Osama Askar, Chief of Staff of the Egyptian Armed Forces, witnessed one of the training project’s stages, engaging with commanders and officers of the Egyptian military to assess their decision-making abilities and discuss tactical planning. He also answered questions from military students, demonstrating the importance of knowledge exchange and preparedness within the armed forces. The training exercise showcased the Second Field Army’s capabilities, reflecting the broader readiness of the Egyptian armed forces to protect national security on all strategic fronts.

May 23, 2024 16:39 UTC

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