An Excise Tax penalty is a monetary fine imposed by the Federal Tax Authority (FTA) on individuals or businesses for non-compliance with Excise Tax regulations.
At Tulpar, we understand that complying with tax regulations can be complex and challenging. If you have been assessed a penalty for non-compliance with excise tax regulations, we are here to help.
Follow the steps below to request a reconsideration of the penalty:
A penalty may be assessed if you fail to comply with excise tax regulations or make errors in your tax filings. Penalties may vary depending on the type of violation and the amount of tax owed. Penalties may be assessed for:
- Failure to register for excise tax.
- Late filing of excise tax returns
- Late payment of excise tax
- Failure to maintain proper records.
- Failure to comply with excise tax regulations.
- Providing false or misleading information to tax authorities.
Penalty reconsideration process:
To request a reconsideration of a penalty, you must submit a written request to Tulpar within 20 business days of receiving the penalty notice. Your request should include a detailed explanation of why you believe the penalty was assessed in error, as well as any supporting documentation that proves your compliance with excise tax regulations or shows that the penalty was miscalculated.
When submitting your request, please include the following information:
- Your name and contact information
- The penalty notice reference number
- The date of the penalty notice
- A detailed explanation of the reasons for the reconsideration request
- Any supporting documentation that proves your compliance with excise tax regulations or shows that the penalty was miscalculated.
You should include all relevant documentation with your request, such as proof of payment, evidence of compliance with regulations, or any other relevant information that supports your case. Examples of supporting documentation may include:
- Copies of tax returns
- Invoices and receipts
- Proof of payment
- Evidence of compliance with regulations
- Other documents that support your case