Pakistan: Tax measures enacted in Finance Bill 2022
Measures concerning or revisions affecting the income tax, withholding tax, capital value tax, sales tax, excise tax and customs duties laws
Measures concerning or revisions affecting the income tax, withholding tax
The Finance Act 2022 was enacted 30 June 2022 after passage by the National Assembly and assent of the president.
The legislation includes measures concerning or revisions affecting the income tax, withholding tax, capital value tax, sales tax, excise tax and customs duties laws.
Similarly, the Finance Bills 2022 of the provinces of Punjab and Khyber Pakhtunkhwa have been enacted, which also include certain tax-related measures.
Read a July 2022 report [PDF 1.9 MB] (80 pages) prepared by the KPMG member firm in Pakistan
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