Federal Budget 2024-25: Three slabs of rates on filers/non-filers introduced

BusinessFederal Budget 2024-25: Three slabs of rates on filers/non-filers introduced

ISLAMABAD, Pakistan: To ensure filing of tax returns, the federal government has proposed to introduce three slabs of rates for filers, non-filers and late filers.

While presenting the Federal Budget 2024-25 in the National Assembly on Wednesday evening, the Federal Minister for Finance and Revenue Senator Muhammad Aurangzeb said that currently six percent tax is imposed on non-filers and three percent on filers for buying immovable properties.


The finance minister said that non-filers do not file returns till the last date but instead file it before making a transaction when buying a property. The reason for this is to burden the non-fillers and generate revenue.

Under the current law, tax on immovable capital gains was imposed on filers and non-filers on the basis of the limit of its holdings.

In this regard, he proposed 15 percent tax regardless of the limit of the holdings while proposals were under consideration to increase tax on non-filers up to 45 percent on various slabs.

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