New Registration of AOP for Income Tax

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  1. The principal officer/representative of AOP visits their relevant RTO along with the following documents:
      • Original CNIC of the Principal Officer / Authorized Representative.
      • Copy of CNICs of all Partners (every partner must be registered with FBR).
      • Cell phone with SIM registered against principal officer/ authorized representative own CNIC.
      • Email address belonging to the AOP or authorized representative.
      • Certificate of maintenance of bank account in AOP’s name.
      • Evidence of tenancy / ownership of business premises.
      • Paid utility bill of business premises not older than 3 months.
      • Partnership deed.
      • Registration certificate from Registrar of Firms.
      • Authority letter signed by all partners to nominate the principal officer/authorized representative.
  2. The Facilitation officer at the RTO verifies the above documents and starts the new registration process in Iris by performing the next few steps.
  3. Complete the “181 (Form of Registration filed voluntarily) (Income Tax)” as per information provided above.
  4. Scan and attach the above documents and submit the application.
  5. Check the Completed Tasks folder on Iris after 5 minutes, you will see ‘’181 (Order to grant / refuse registration on application)’’.
  6. View and Print the order.

In case of foreigners as partners in an AOP, one partner should be Pakistani national. Facilitation Officer suggests the Taxpayer to get a print of “181 (Order to grant / refuse registration on application)” by logging in to his own account through the password already been issued to taxpayer on registered cell and Email. Informs the Taxpayer about use and safe custody of the password and his account.

2 comments on New Registration of AOP for Income Tax

  1. I can see everything and details EXCEPT the charges to register an AOP similarly charges to register a trandemark, AOP NTN etc?


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