FBR requested to extend date for filing of income tax returns till December



The Lahore Chamber of Commerce & Industry requested Federal board of Revenue (FBR) extend the date for filing of income tax returns till December 31.

LCCI President Kashif Anwar, Senior Vice President Chaudhry Zafar Mahmood and Vice President Adnan Khalid Butt said in a media statement here that the date should be extended by at least two month so that business community could easily submit their returns.

They said that the FBR had already amended the Income Tax Rules 2002 according to which the authority was drafting an income tax return form in urdu language which was yet to be notified.

They demanded that this form should be applicable for the year 2022 as well though it would take time to be understood by the business community.—INP


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