Category: Income Tax

Iris – Application to File Condonation Request against Reference Order

Iris web application provides a platform to the Taxpayer to file condonation application against the time barred appeals. Taxpayer can only apply for appeal against the issued order within 30 days from the date of issuance. After the passage of 30 days, Taxpayer needs to submit condonation application. Once the CIR Appeal admits the condonation application, the taxpayer shall be able to file an appeal against the relevant reference order.

Iris – Application to File Appeal against Reference Order

Iris web application facilitates Taxpayers for submitting application online to file appeal against reference orders. Taxpayer is allowed to file appeal against Reference Orders such as Assessment Orders, Penalty Orders, Default Surcharge Orders and Other/Miscellaneous Orders. Please note that the Taxpayer can only apply for appeal against the issued order within 30 days from the date of issuance. After the passage of 30 days, Taxpayer needs to submit condonation application first to get permission for filing appeal against such reference orders.

Iris – Registration as Purchaser

This module is available under Iris web application for Registration as Purchaser u/s 100D(4). Taxpayer can add details of purchased Building/Unit against already registered projects. To find details about adding project, please view help for “Declaration of Builder / Developer”. Similarly taxpayer can provide details about purchase of plot by selecting registered sellers only.

How to Revise Statement of Biannual Withholding Tax u/s 165(1)

This article shall give a brief account of the steps which shall be taken by the taxpayers to submit a revision of biannual withholding statement. This article shall help those withholding agents who want to revise their already submitted biannual withholding statement.  Note: For submitting the revised “165(1) Statement of Biannual Withholding taxes field after revision”, the user must have already submitted “165(1) (Statement of Biannual withholding taxes filed voluntarily”. The withholding agent shall follow the steps […]

Liberated Model – Technical Specifications

To facilitate taxpayers with rapid and effective return filing, FBR is introducing a plan for registering third parties to provide flexible, user friendly platforms for e-return filing. The third-party e-return alliance shall generate greater competition in software industry, providing taxpayers to choose and file income tax return over preferable platform.

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