FBR Orders Google, Facebook and YouTube to Pay Taxes

 Federal Revenue Board (FBR)
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The Federal Revenue Board (FBR) has cautioned that internet platforms like Google, Facebook and YouTube won’t be allowed to work in Pakistan if they don’t pay tax charges. Dr Muhammad Ashfaq Ahmed, a member from the FBI (Operations), said this at a gathering of the National Assembly’s Standing Committee on Finance and Revenue on Thursday.

Last week, the FBI is constrained returns of Rs 1.4 billion in Netflix’s expense forms, as per FBI. The FBI president and to the Daraz team, including Ehsan Saya, managing director Daraz, have been blaming each other during a gathering for the council on tax assessment from the advanced stages.

 Federal Revenue Board (FBR)
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As indicated by the FBI chairperson and an individual from the inland income (Policy), an understanding was reached with Daraz that they would go about as an expense specialist and the deduction is just a 2% tax on the unregistered dealers. They are not following the agreement. The FBI has already reduced the government expenditure rate (tax) from 17% to 2%.

 Federal Revenue Board (FBR)
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As per them, the FBI expresses that the heap on the advanced stage, it will raise to 10 billion rupees. Filling in as the financial specialist for the record of the FBI, said the Managing Director of Daraz Ehsan Saya, it’s anything but conceivable. Right now we are offering to the FBI, just as the information on enrolled and non-enlisted suppliers which can be utilized to build the sums utilized for tax collection purposes.

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