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They will be exempted from audit, they would not be bound to submit income tax returns to a particular tax office, they will not act as withholding agents for the FBR and their income tax returns and wealth statements will be simplified.
Salaried class to benefit as govt mulls lower income tax rates
After reviewing the budget proposals contained in the Finance Bill, 2010, Senator Professor Khursheed Ahmed, Senator Professor Muhammad Ibrahim Khan and Senator Ms Afia Zia had proposed to the revised slabs of the applicability of income tax on income during 2010-11.
Corporations that plan to use a tax professional to prepare their electronic income tax returns should ensure the professionals are IRS-authorized e-file providers.
It introduced cellular telephone transactions for its income tax return.
* Urge the Department of Finance to expeditiously negotiate and implement a new provision in the Income Tax Convention with the United States eliminating withholding on all dividends and interest for payments to both related and unrelated parties.
The act denies an automatic stay, unless specified conditions are met, to the setoff of an income tax refund for a taxable period that ended before the order for relief against an income tax liability for a taxable period that also ended before the order for relief.
The publication is being targeted to corporate tax directors, state income tax specialists, CFOs and finance directors, as well as CPAs, attorneys and consultants specializing in state income tax issues.
Far from being the very foundation of solid citizenry, acceding to the federal personal income tax is, among this crowd, an act of treason against what defines America: its Constitution and its "true laws."
Thaddeus Stevens, the Pennsylvania Republican who chaired the House Ways and Means Committee, complained--in language that still echoes in The Wall Street Journal editorial pages--that it was "vicious" and "unjust" to impose "a punishment Of the rich man because he is rich." When Congress passed a primitive income tax bill in 1862, Lincoln's defiant treasury secretary, Samuel Chase, ignored the law, preferring to fund the war through more government borrowing (sound familiar?).