Influencers in Khandozi must pay taxes according to the law

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Influencers in Khandozi must pay taxes according to the law

Influencers in Khandozi must pay taxes according to the law.

The government’s economic spokesperson said in a press conference that the total deposits to the account of 123 active virtual space users amount to 2,300 billion Tomans, which they must pay taxes on.

Tax collection from virtual space activists with more than 500,000 followers was included in the approved budget law, and the government is obligated to enforce it.

550 virtual space activists have been identified who must pay taxes.

A large portion of virtual space activists have not yet complied with filling out their tax returns, but we are obligated to enforce the law.

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