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difference between sales tax anf vat
10-29-2010, 03:58 PM
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difference between sales tax anf vat
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10-29-2010, 04:00 PM
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kia hum services par gst withhold kar saktay hay
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10-29-2010, 08:04 PM
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Agar aap withholding agent han sales tax k liye to zaror kar sakty han.
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10-29-2010, 08:13 PM
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mujhay kaisay pata chalay ga kay kis iteam par sales tax hay aur kis par nahi0.koi mera bhai ya behan assan tarkeeb btoo doo.
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10-29-2010, 08:15 PM
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mujhay kaisay pata chalay ga kay kis iteam par sales tax hay aur kis par nahi0.koi mera bhai ya behan assan tarkeeb btoo doo.
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10-29-2010, 08:27 PM
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UpDated 26/02/2010

1. Short title, application and commencement.1) These rules may be called the Sales Tax Special Procedure (Withholding) Rules, 2007.

2) They shall apply to taxable goods and services as are supplied to following persons, hereby specified as withholding agents, for the purpose of deduction and deposit of sales tax, namely--

(a) federal and provincial government departments;
(b) autonomous bodies;
© public sector organizations;
(d) taxpayers as fall in the jurisdiction of Large Taxpayers Units for the purpose of sales tax, federal excise duty or income tax; and
(e) recipients of service of advertisement, who are registered for sales tax.

Explanation. withholding agent includes the accounting office which is responsible for making payment against the purchases made by a government department.

2. Responsibility of a withholding agent. (1) The withholding agent, intending to make purchases of taxable goods, shall indicate in an advertisement or notice for this purpose that the sales tax to the extent as provided in these rules shall be deducted from the payment to be made to the supplier.

(2) A withholding agent, other than a person in the jurisdiction of Large Taxpayers Unit and a recipient of advertisement services, shall deduct an amount equal to one fifth of the total sales tax shown in the sales tax invoice issued by a registered person and make payment of the balance amount to him as per illustration given below,--

ILLUSTRATION

Value of taxable supplies excluding sales tax Rs. 1000
Sales tax chargeable @ 16% Rs. 160
Sales tax to be deducted by the withholding agent Rs. 32 (i.e. Rs. 160 ¡Â 5)
Sales tax payable by the withholding agent to the supplier Rs. 128 (i.e. Rs. 160 - Rs. 32)
Balance amount payable to the supplier by the withholding agent Rs. 1128 (i.e. Rs. 1000 + Rs. 128).

(3) A withholding agent, having Free Tax Number(FTN) and falling under clauses (a), (b) or © of sub-rule (2) of rule 1, shell on purchase of taxable goods from unregistered persons, deduct sales tax at the applicable rate of the value of taxable supplies made to him form the payment due to the supplier and unless otherwise specified in the contract between the buyer and the supplier, the amount of sales tax for the purpose of this rule shell be worked out on the basis of gross value of taxable supply.

(3A) A person mentioned in clause (e) of sub-rule (2) of rule 1, who receives advertisement services, provided or rendered by a person based in Pakistan or abroad, shall deduct the amount of sales tax as mentioned in the invoice issued by the service provider from the payment due to the service provider. In case the sales tax amount is not indicated on the invoice, the recipient shall deduct sales tax at the applicable rate of the value of taxable services from the payment due to the service provider.

(3B) Notwithstanding anything contained in sub-rule(3) or (3A) a registered person in a Large Taxpayers Unit (LTU), who purchased goods from a registered Person, other then one registered in an LTU, shell deduct and withhold one percent of value of taxable supplies received by him as sales tax from the payment due to the supplier. This amount will be deposited by the withholding agent through his monthly return. Remaining amount of fifteen percent or more, as the case may be, of the value of taxable supplies shell be paid by the withholding agent to supplier who will account for that in his monthly return.

(4) Where the purchases are made by a government department, the following procedure shall be observed, namely
(a) the Drawing and Disbursing Officer (DDO) preparing the bill for the accounting office shall indicate the amount of sales tax withheld as prescribed above. The accounting office shall adopt the procedure as indicated below

(i) in case of purchases made by a department under the Federal Government, the office of the Accountant General of Pakistan Revenue shall account for the amount deducted at source during a month under the Head of Account B02341-Sales Tax and send an intimation to the Member (Sales Tax), Federal Board of Revenue, by the 15th of the following month;

(ii) in case of purchases by departments under provincial or district governments, the Accountant General of the province or the District Accounts Officer, as the case may be, shall credit the amount deducted at source during a month to the head of account G12777-Sales Tax Deductions at Source under Sales Tax Special Procedure (Withholding) Rules, 2007. Cheque for the amount will be prepared by the Accountant General or the District Accounts Officer, as the case may be, in the name of Collector having jurisdiction by debit to the aforesaid head of account and sent to the Collector by the 15th of the following month; and

(iii) where the purchases are made by the departments falling in purview of Military Accountant General, the MAG shall account for the amount deducted at source during a month under the Head of Account B02341-Sales Tax¡± and send intimation to the Member (Sales Tax), Federal Board of Revenue, by the 15th of the following month. The amount so deducted at source shall be reported by MAG office to AGPR through civil exchange accounts; and

(b) the concerned Drawing and Disbursement Officer shall prepare the return in the form as in the Annexure to these rules for each month and forward the same to the Collector having jurisdiction by the 15th of the following month.

(5) In case of purchases, not covered by sub-rule (4) above, the sales tax deducted at source shall be deposited by the withholding agent in the designated branch of National Bank of Pakistan under relevant head of account on sales tax return-cum-payment challan in the form set out at Annexure to these rules, by 15th of the month following the month during which payment has been made to the supplier. The return-cum-payment challan shall be prepared and deposited with the bank in triplicate and the bank shall send the original to the Collectorate of Sales Tax having jurisdiction, return the duplicate to the depositor and retain the triplicate for its own record
Provided that a single return-cum-challan can be filed in respect of all purchases for which the payment has been made in a month.

(6) In case the withholding agent is also registered under the Sales Tax Act, 1990, or the Federal Excise Act, 2005, he shall file the return and deposit the withheld amount of sales tax in the manner as provided under Chapter II of the Sales Tax Rules, 2006, along with other tax liability and such person shall not be required to file the return in the term as set out in the Annexure to these rules

Provided that in case the withholding agent is not registered for sales tax or federal excise duty but holds a national tax number assigned under the Income Tax Ordinance, 2001(XLIX of 2001), he shall file the return, as set out in the Annexure to these rules, electronically and deposit the amount deducted at source in the manner as provided for persons filing returns electronically under rule 18 of the Sales Tax Rules, 2006

Provided further that any other withholding agent may also opt to file the prescribed return electronically and deposit the deducted amount in the manner as provided in this sub-rule.

(7) The withholding agent shall furnish to the Collector of Sales Tax having jurisdiction all such information or data as may be requested by him for carrying out the purposes of these rules.

(8) A certificate showing deduction of sales tax shall be issued to the supplier by the withholding agent duly specifying the name and registration number of supplier, description of goods and the amount of sales tax deducted.]

3. Responsibility of the registered supplier. (1) The [registered supplier] shall issue sales tax invoice as stipulated in section 23 of the Sales Tax Act, 1990, in respect of every taxable supply made to a withholding agent.

(2) The [registered supplier] shall file monthly return as prescribed in the Sales Tax Rules, 2006, and shall adjust total input tax against output tax under sections 7, 8 and 8B of the Sales Tax Act,1990, taking due credit of the sales tax deducted by the withholding agent, in the manner as prescribed in the return under Chapter II of the Sales Tax Rules, 2006.

4. Responsibility of the Collector. (1) The Collector shall keep a list of all withholding agents falling in his jurisdiction and monitor payment of tax deducted by withholding agents falling in his jurisdiction and shall also ensure that the return prescribed under these rules is filed.

(2) The Collector shall ensure that the return received from the bank is duly fed in the computerized system as referred to in clause (5AA) of section 2 of the Sales Tax Act,1990.

(3) The Collector shall periodically ensure that the suppliers mentioned in the return filed by the withholding agents, as fall under his jurisdiction, are filing returns under section 26 of the Sales Tax Act, 1990, read with Chapter II of the Sales Tax Rules, 2006, and are duly declaring the supplies made to withholding agents.

5. Exclusions. The provisions of these rules shall not apply to the supplies of the following goods and services if made by a registered person, namely

(i) Electrical energy;
(ii) Natural gas;
(iii) Petroleum products as supplied by petroleum production and exploration companies, oil refineries and oil marketing companies;
(iv) mild steel products;
(v) products made from sheets of iron or non-steel alloy, stainless steel or other alloy steel, such as pipes, almirahs, trunks etc.
(vi) paper, in rolls or sheets;
(vii) plastic products including pipes;
(viii) vegetable ghee and cooking oil; and
(ix) telecommunication services.


6. Application of other provisions.-- All the provisions of the rules and notifications made or issued under the Sales Tax Act, 1990, shall apply to supplies as aforesaid not inconsistent with the provisions of these rules.
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11-01-2010, 03:23 PM
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WHAT IS THE DIFFERENCE BETWEEN EXEMPT SUPPLY AND THE ZERO RATED IN SALES TAX ACT,1990.
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11-02-2010, 12:59 AM
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0 rated supplies taxable hoti han par un par tax rate 0 hota hay , agar ap koi item 0 rated bana rahay hayn or us k raw material pay Input tax day rahay han to, ye input ap ko refund mil jaye ga kyon k jab ap 0 rated item sale karo gay to us par output tax 0 mily ga aap ko.

Exempt supplies chunky taxable nahi hoti han to aap us par diya gya input tax claim nahi kar sakty, yani jab aap koi exempt item banayen gay to ho sakta hay us k raw material taxable ho to aap us k raw material par diya gya input tax claim nahi kar sakyn gay ap ko wo input tax item ki cost may dalna pary ga.
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11-03-2010, 03:19 PM
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A SIMPLE QUESTION FOR MY DEARS, IF A INHOUSE QUERY ARISE TAHT WHAT IS RATE OF SALES TAX ON BOOKS USB.HOW IT IS POOSIBLE KAY MAY UN KOO KASAY RATE BATOO GAA AUR SALES TAX RATE KASAY AUR KAHAN PAR DEKHOO GAA.
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11-04-2010, 09:57 PM
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ANY ONE PLZ REPLY MY QUESTION
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11-22-2010, 09:32 PM
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A SIMPLE QUESTION FOR MY DEARS, IF A INHOUSE QUERY ARISE TAHT WHAT IS RATE OF SALES TAX ON BOOKS USB.HOW IT IS POOSIBLE KAY MAY UN KOO KASAY RATE BATOO GAA AUR SALES TAX RATE KASAY AUR KAHAN PAR DEKHOO GAA.
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