FBR won’t extend tax return deadline



Staff Reporter

The Federal Board of Revenue (FBR) will not extend the last date (September 30) for filing of income tax returns.

This has been stated by the Commissioner Inland Revenue, Abbas Ahmed Mir, during his visit to the Rawalpindi Chamber of Commerce and Industry (RCCI), here on Wednesday.

A help desk will be set up in the RCCI for the convenience of members and taxpayers. The timely depositing of taxes was essential for economic stability of the country, he said.

The Commissioner assured the business community of resolving the issues related to tax matters.

He said taxpayers are important partners in the country’s economy, and the FBR’s main goal is to strengthen partnerships with the business community. The FBR is aware of the challenges faced by the business community due to Covid-19.

He also highlighted the key initiatives of the FBR to facilitate traders and taxpayers during the pandemic.


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