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Taxation Structure Task

This article is an endeavour to have a bird’s eye view over the existing tax culture of Pakistan in the light of tax structure including impediments in broadening the tax base and suggestions for improvement.

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Money Matters

Money has entered in our lives like anything in this age of materialism. However, we could not deny its importance in our lives also because this is also a requirement for feeding ourselves, our family and all those dependent over us.

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Create a Considerate Cubicle Culture

As you begin your accounting career, chances are you will be working in a cubicle. And if you've ever identified with Dilbert's comic complaints or the frustrations expressed in the movie Office Space, both of which take a humorous view of cubicle life, you're not alone. Even though these are extreme depictions, most people have had similar feelings at some point.

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Market matters

This article addresses the need for students to improve their understanding of market efficiency and also discuss other market matters.

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Decision Making – How to Dismantle an Atomic Bomb?

“Our lives are ruled by impermanence. The challenge is how to create something of enduring value within the context of our impermanence” - Daisaku Ikeda (A Buddhist Monk)

The same thoughts serve as the main impulsion behind every development of thought for value addition and the same is the case with decision making tools presented by management accounting; and at the same time, the same force pushes forward many more tools going to emerge day by day in this subject.

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CBR’s Indecisive decisions

This is the first time in history that any revenue authority had made some of its taxpayers to take a bath in the river Ganges by destroying its record of more than five years in line with section 111 of Income Tax Ordinance, 2001 without having the basic understanding of the single most compelling fact that our legal and quasi judicial system takes years to pass its judgment in respect of appeals pending before them.

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